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Very interesting reading I thought

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by rd350ypvs, Jun 29, 2004.

  1. rd350ypvs

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    it was looking OK until I got to the bit where he states
    "All (well made) interconnects will sound the same"

    I stopped reading at that point...
     
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    lol, yeah, there will always be differences in opinion regarding interconnects, thats the name of the game i suppose, I am happy with what I have and that is all that concerns me
     
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    Some of his stuff makes for good reading, it's just that when you read something as daft as that you instantly start wondering if he's just 'made up' all his other info as well...

    I dont think there's such a thing as a 'good' or 'bad' interconnect... it all depends what kit you're connecting with them.. but to say they will all sound the same is just silly.
     
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    there is a description on optical cables describing them as sending 1s and 0s and the relating this to light present and light not present. I didn't realise amplifiers and DVDs spoke in morse code. (I'm sure it's a constantly on signal, carrying information in the form of 1s and 0s)
     
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    Would you like to say with which bits you disagree? Any why?
     

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