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RE: low L and C cable.

Posted by rick_m on June 20, 2012 at 19:36:59:

"that particular cable sounds unacceptably veiled to my ear, from an audiophile perspective"

Well, guess there must be more afoot than L and C, huh? Or maybe the messed up something trying to minimize them.

Audio systems are deceptive, they seem so simple but as you well know they aren't by a long stretch. I'm happy with my current system's performance but I suppose better would be, er, better. I know that I could just try various things however at this point I'm actually more interested in trying to understand better what's going on than feeling driven to improve it. It's just something that's interesting to me and now I have time to do it. Guess we all have our oddities...