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In Reply to: RE: Supra DAC-XLR Digital Cable posted by Duster on March 04, 2017 at 13:43:18
A lot of Supra cables use tinned copper and sound very good. It will demonstrate that tinned copper can sound very good like the Western Electric and Dueland cables which are my favorites
I have not posted anything in opposition to the current trend in tin plated stranded copper Western Electric and Dueland cable builds. I've even posted good things about the tin plated Supra LoRad 2.5 power cord as a low-budget option vs. a typical 18 AWG stock power cord. If I sometimes opine against the notion of a silver or tin plated copper conductor, or a solid core vs. a stranded conductor, it should be seen as an IMO/IME, on my part. The important thing is whether or not a listener better enjoys their own audio system due to the use of any audio cable they have found to be of audiophile benefit for their own wants/needs. If I indicate that I prefer a pure copper or a pure silver, a solid core vs. a stranded conductor for any given application, it's based on my own findings, that like yourself we both enjoy sharing in the forum.
I never meant to imply that you have said anything against tin plated copper. I was just putting it out there as general information
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