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    Received the latest batch of cable from Brian. Plumbed them in at lunch time and have put a couple of hours on them.....marvellous!
    Thanks for the quick turnaround.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveK View Post
    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.
    heh, Dave strikes again.
    I asked 3 numptie questions in the last 3 days
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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    Received the latest batch of cable from Brian. Plumbed them in at lunch time and have put a couple of hours on them.....marvellous!
    Thanks for the quick turnaround.
    Glad you're liking the cables Tony . Give them some burn in time and they'll open right up
    Regards
    Brian

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    Interconnects : MS Audio / Klotz MC5000 .
    Speaker cables : Chord Epic Twin

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian2957 View Post
    Glad you're liking the cables Tony . Give them some burn in time and they'll open right up
    I can vouch for that. Mine sounded great 'out of the box' but within three days they came on in leaps and bounds
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    I am not much of a cable burn in believer but I did notice the IC did indeed settle down after a few days. Mighty impressed with new pair straight out the box. Hi fi is sounding the best it has. Real improvement for very reasonable outlay.

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    normal real world usage of a brand new interconenct...?

    my experience.
    Will stop changing sound (i.e. burn in) after two weeks of using it "normally"...say 3/4 hours a day on and off.
    It's good to be aware of the parameters under which a device performs. It's not terribly useful to be scared off by them..


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    Quote Originally Posted by synsei View Post
    I can vouch for that. Mine sounded great 'out of the box' but within three days they came on in leaps and bounds
    I have to admit, after a few days my interconnects sound a lot better.I might change the cable to the MC5000 from the 110......
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    worth a punt Jerry, most that have tried it think its better, myself included.
    Last edited by Gazjam; 19-07-2014 at 08:57.
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    If you buy this cable from me and don't like it I will return your money on receipt of the returned cable.
    Regards
    Brian

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    Korus Computer Audio music server .
    DAC 3 French DAC
    Amplifier : Rega Brio R
    Speakers : Tannoy 637
    Interconnects : MS Audio / Klotz MC5000 .
    Speaker cables : Chord Epic Twin

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    Howz biz, as it were, Brian?

    Marco.
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