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Dyson Facemelter ICs

Posted on December 19, 2016 at 07:51:50

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Anyone heard the Facemelter interconnects from Dyson Audio in Atlanta? I stumbled across a listing for them today but can't find much about them except on the Dyson web site.


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Facemelter ICs- Really? Head-Bangers Only, I'll bet! nt, posted on December 19, 2016 at 16:25:08

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RE: Dyson Facemelter ICs, posted on December 20, 2016 at 06:07:07

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Sounds cool enough-


RE: Dyson Facemelter ICs, posted on December 22, 2016 at 23:25:51

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Probably sucks like their


RE: Dyson Facemelter ICs, posted on January 3, 2017 at 20:55:59

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I bought a couple pair of an earlier version with the same name, about 3 years ago. The ones I got sounded very transparent, and definitely the equal (or better) of anything else I've tried in the price range. Mine had nickel-plated connectors, and the cables were clad in colorful, tough nylon jackets (the one-meter pair is yellow, the half-meter pair is one red, one white). The only quibble I have with mine is the RCA connectors don't make very strong contact - they're a bit loose - which has caused dropouts on occasion before I wiggle them back into place. But it looks from the website like the design, and the RCA plugs, have changed since then so I don't think it'd be an issue. Definitely worth a try at the price.


RE: Dyson Facemelter ICs, posted on January 4, 2017 at 07:55:17

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Bought a pair around a year ago.
Very nice Litz-braid Copper/Teflon IC's.....but.....I did NOT care for the quality of the generic RCA connectors used?
Eventually, I replaced them with inexpensive USA-made Swichcraft 3502A RCA connectors, which have been used for decades in radio stations and recording studios.



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