In Reply to: RE: Randall Research Cables posted by Hap on July 8, 2012 at 09:57:14:
Yep: Randfall,McWhorter, I beleive was the anme of the manufacturer: worked out of his hose. Was the first wire manufacturere wo ustilize the low temperature FEP teflon insulation. At trhe time the temperature was just barely under the temperature at which the copper would oxidize, which is why occasionally the speaker wire would exhibit oxidized strands. Rnady kept the better non oxidized wire for his interconnects. A favorite of among others, The Mod Squad, it featured very good dynamics and an openness of sound unmatched by others in its time.
After the company went out of business, The Symdex people in New England revived the design and manufacture.
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Topic - Randall Research Cables - firstname.lastname@example.org 10:18:37 07/06/12 (6)
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