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Thread: Interconnects, keepers or not ?

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    Default Interconnects, keepers or not ?

    I was about to bin these but thought again as they appear to be well made, no name or any branding though , anyone recognise them ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by andyrlb View Post
    I was about to bin these but thought again as they appear to be well made, no name or any branding though , anyone recognise them ?


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    Look like nickel plugs so unlikely to be anything special in terms of materials although they may sound great!! Try them.

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    Thanks Oliver


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    Yup, I have a set myself.

    They were from Tandy, called Tandy Goldpatch, and back in the day they were actually quite well thought of.
    What Hifi 4 star review
    Need to plumb them in sometimes and have a listen.
    I have hifi n stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Yup, I have a set myself.

    They were from Tandy, and back in the day they were actually quite well thought of.
    Need to plumb them in sometimes and have a listen.
    Cheers


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    Look a bit like chord company cobra leads I used to own about 20 odd years ago. They well regarded too at the time

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    I too have a pair....I think mine were from Maplins.
    Not too shabby for the price, I definitely noticed a gain over cheapie leads supplied with a budget CDP.

    I replaced my pair with a fancy plugged, thick sleeved lead from QED and to be honest noted no real improvement
    The QED was five times more expensive so after bitching about the wifes new shoes, i of course hid the reciept.

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    I have a pair of these somewhere...
    Tisbury Passive Pre Amplifier
    Technics 909S Power Amplifier
    KEF Reference 103 Speakers
    Arcam Alpha 7SE CD Player
    Cambridge / QED / Linn Interconnects / Cable Talk..

    Vinyl
    Rega P2 / RB250 / Empire 2000X Cartridge...

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    I've got a pair think they're the Tandy ones, keep them as spares for random AV use eg PlayStation

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    100% Tandy, connectors can be very tight , very well regarded in the day , I have loads of them but moved on to canare

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