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Question about dynamic range and IC electrical parameters

I bought some interconnects last year.
Spent a lot on them.
One of the main things which popped out immediately with the new IC was the increase in dynamic range

This change with the new IC that I do not understand, is the increase in dynamic range. Hell it was actually ANNOYING! I mean setting the vol the same as before, the low level music, (Classical) was too soft, and still the loud portions became louder than before. It took awhile to get used to it.

And I really am WTF how can this be?

So the question is: how can a single pair of IC change the dynamic range, all by themselves?
I had used a few different cables prior to this new one, and none of them made a difference in this parameter.
But THIS one it was a big deal, and a clear difference in actual dynamic range, easily repeatable switching back.

And no I do not want to say which brand. I want to discuss how an IC can alter the dynamic range in electrical terms. Not futz about brands.

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Topic - Question about dynamic range and IC electrical parameters - 3+4=5 10:44:54 02/02/17 (15)


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