In Reply to: RE: Synergistic Research UEF Blue Power Cables posted by Chris K. on March 17, 2021 at 13:59:41:
I'm likely not the best person to ask about such things, as I'm not convinced cables bring that sort of improvement to systems. I'm not a denier, I just have a different philosophy in that they're more system-dependent, can act as tone controls often more than anything. I can tell what different cables bring to the table, but I have always observed that such differences are very subtle, not better or worse.
I always cringe at some peoples' descriptions fora-wide about how a cable transformed their system or this or that. Never once have I had that revelation, and I've owned some very nice cables in the past. I've since purchased cables to simply balance my system and to hopefully lower the noise in the process. What I own now are nowhere near the prices I've paid in the past, and honestly, from a satisfaction and music enjoyment POV, they perform as well as anything I can remember. I haven't gone on the cable merry-go-round for ages.
Anyway, to circle back, if you're looking for a cable that seems to implement some interesting technology (graphene), is built beautifully and subjectively imparts a very clean signal (e.g., very quiet), I can recommend the UEF Blue. I can also assure you that it is not edgy or bright, but I feel that comes more down to one's system, itself; or at least a component or more that contributes to this.
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Topic - Synergistic Research UEF Blue Power Cables - Chris K. 15:56:07 03/16/21 (6)
- RE: Synergistic Research UEF Blue Power Cables - Jsawyer09 11:58:40 03/17/21 (4)
- RE: Synergistic Research UEF Blue Power Cables - Chris K. 13:59:41 03/17/21 (3)
- RE: Synergistic Research UEF Blue Power Cables - Mossback 18:08:08 03/16/21 (0)