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Re: Can anyone elaborate on the characteristics of Chris V. powercord vs. 19364 belden cord

Posted by James Tg on March 26, 2003 at 11:18:28:

I have constructed some 19364 cables and new Chris cables Favors 1, 2, and 3. To my personal experience, Chris cables are way better then 19364 all around. The difference is not subtle, and I can hear it easily. Chris cables are very transparent, soundstage is larger, and bass definition is tighter. I have not written any review because I want to let the cables broken in more, and then do critical comparisons.

I admit 19364 is better than stock cables. But, Chris cables are better the 19364. Try it and you will not regret.