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  1. #11
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    Hi Gaz

    I'm sure you are right. Looking forward to replacing my Mark Grant 2000HD WBT Cu's with them. If I can sell the MG's, I might have enough money to get a nice USB Amp/Dac for my laptop.

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    Darren
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    These cables start at 45 for a 0.5m set and just add 4 per half meter set .


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    Korus Computer Audio music server .
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    Amplifier : Rega Brio R
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    Interconnects : MS Audio / Klotz MC5000 .
    Speaker cables : Chord Epic Twin

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    Hi All,
    I currently have two pairs of these excelent cables in my system which i made up myself, and i am very happy with their performance, and for the price brian is quoting, they are a steal!
    A...
    "Today scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality"
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    Nice one, Anthony. Any preference between the AC110 and MC5000?

    Marco.
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    Top man Brian, what a great gesture
    "People will hear what you tell them to hear" - Thomas Edison

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    Hi Marco,
    Unfortunetly, i dont have any of the AC110 to compare against, only a memory of them when we first put yours in my system.
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    Nice one, Anthony. Any preference between the AC110 and MC5000?

    Marco.
    "Today scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality"
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    Ah, no worries... I thought you'd got in some of both.

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    Sorry if this is a numptie question but I have been recommended to buy these by another member when I enquired about some speaker cables he might have had available. Are there any opinions about their use as speaker cables?
    TIA,
    Dave.
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    My System:
    Power: Belkin PF40, Custom.hifi.cables Hydra and DC PSUs.
    Sources: Self built HTPC with Xonar ST sound card, NAD T585 multi disc player, Sony BDP-S350, Squeezebox Touch, Techncs SL1210 (mod'd) + Nagaoka MP30, Thomson Sky HD box.
    Amps etc.: 2 x Mini-T amps, MF-X10D Valve buffer clone, StanDAC 7520/Caiman (mod'd).
    Speakers: Mission 774s with added super tweeters
    Cables: best I can afford and likely to change except Homar's RF attenuated co-ax's and Mark Grant USB and HDMI cables. I also like silver i/cs and speaker cable.

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    I would not use them as speaker cables.
    I don't think that the conductors are big enough.
    Kevin

    Funkified Technics SL1200 Mk2 (Funk FX-1200+, Techne-Audio modified DL-103/AT33PTG/II/, Funk Firm "Strata" platter, "Spin" bearing and BO!NG Isolation feet, MCRU/LDA PSU).
    Pioneer PD-S703.
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    DIY Klotz MC5000/MS Audio interconnects.
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    Thanks Kevin,
    Old age taking it's toll again, sorry . Having re-read the original exchanges from many months ago I now realise that we were then talking of interconnects, not speaker cables, so it really was a numptie question - Sorry all!
    Dave.
    DaveK.

    My System:
    Power: Belkin PF40, Custom.hifi.cables Hydra and DC PSUs.
    Sources: Self built HTPC with Xonar ST sound card, NAD T585 multi disc player, Sony BDP-S350, Squeezebox Touch, Techncs SL1210 (mod'd) + Nagaoka MP30, Thomson Sky HD box.
    Amps etc.: 2 x Mini-T amps, MF-X10D Valve buffer clone, StanDAC 7520/Caiman (mod'd).
    Speakers: Mission 774s with added super tweeters
    Cables: best I can afford and likely to change except Homar's RF attenuated co-ax's and Mark Grant USB and HDMI cables. I also like silver i/cs and speaker cable.

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