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i would have thought there was no difference but i heard them even when i had no expectations, before the whole brouhaha blew up into controversy.
i wouldn't spend more than a hundred of my own money for a pair of interconnects although i won a pair of $1k silver acoustic zen at a different meeting of the LAOCAS at upcale audio.
i will go to brooks berdan and peruse the stock there. i passed up the music hall usb tt for the K-S wire certificate. i assure you, i would hear the difference between the mh tt and my sota. ;^)
BTW, you seem to be pretty lucky. I've never won anything. Nice link, I wish I could attend the Newport Beach show. I was in LA from Oct '10- July '11, I wish I had stayed. My wife and I loved the area, including Newport Beach. Family ties (re:children) brought me back home to Pennsylvania, where the weather SUCKS!!!
I LOVE LA!!
"My wife and I loved the area, including Newport Beach. Family ties (re:children) brought me back home to Pennsylvania, where the weather SUCKS!!!"
"I LOVE LA!!"
Many have commented on a certain vapidness about SoCal but of course a place is what you make of it and SoCal does have that nice weather and wonderfully close to so many super entertainment venues, delish food choices and killer places to visit within an hour or two drive. LA. There is an inherent buzz about the place that beats down boredom and depression, yet soon enough newcomers learn the downsides (affluence envy, traffic, air quality, so much to do & not the money to do it with, "the June Gloom," over emphasis and adulation on youth, etc.). If you're young(er) and more open to adaption it can be swell living. After age fifty or so more comfortable mingling with people in places like Lennox, MA at Tanglewood and being closer to all those historic register places to visit.
More expensive doesn't necessarily mean better.
as you see, i am from buffalo, the weather dragged me here and i stayed even after two massive earthquakes.
i have friends in pa (emeigh) and there are more than a couple of you pennsyltuckians on the asylum. there have been enough shows around the country that you could get to one closer to you. it seems they are on an upswing.
you have a morew than adequate system so going to the shows is just audio porn for you, as it is me. the social component is another big draw. maybe you could find an audio club to participate in. loads of fun.
I'm not trying to insinuate that there are no differences in cable sonics, I'm a big believer in cables and cords. In fact I have owned K-S Emotion power cords before. The sound tends to be warm, full and musical, kind of like the Cardas Golden Reference line of cables. That sound doesn't fit well with my current system anymore.
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