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Some of you may know that I luff my music, I know some of you love yours too...some of you even attempt to make you own !I have DCT (Deep Cryogenetically Treated )Hifi Speaker cables and interconnects....and I have to say even after extensive listening tests the difference between these and the non DCT ones is phenomenal !! Sound Stage is 3dimensional, presence, clarity, imagery..it all leaps up a level that immerses you in the sound picture.What I don't understand is what does Cryogentically treating these cables ? and why does it have so much effect on the sound ?Thanks...if you're close by...call in....you can hear for yourself !!
Yes that guy sounds like he is in total agreement. I kinda put the whole thing in because it explained more about Cryogenetically treated cables and what is done and how it works.. I thought the process was interesting to say the least. I had no idea they did this stuff to metals and such things!Way cool!
Are all the internal connections in your system also treated this way?Are the loudspeaker speech coils and the crossover networks treated, too?I think it is likely that many hi fi buffs listen with their wallets.And what is the frequency response of the room in which you do your listening?What about the reverberation time and the traffic outside?Do you favour Valve power amplifiers? They make a nice sound but it isn't the original.Sorry to be a misery but there is a limit to what you can achieve, objectively.Once the CD dies as a medium, you may as well buy a cheapo system, in any case. There will never, ever be anything to touch the CD for fidelity of recording. The mass market just can't hear the difference. MP3 may be 'digital' quality but it is a very low fi system and it is likely that everything is heading in that direction.The only aspect of 'quality' that will remain for hi fi equipment will the the depth of shine on the wooden boxes.
what is 30k in translated weight approx?
Do you have cinder blocks under them to support their weight?? Wow! My 1 speaker is about 10 inches tall, the other is 5 inches tall by 2 and 1/2 inch wide! they are little with big sound! LOL
I have never heard the word plinths before! Education much today!
Quote from: Karen W. on 08/10/2007 22:22:43I have never heard the word plinths before! Education much today!Don'tneed surround sound with these speakers.....they have a three dimensionality all of their own....besides.....surround sound is in the realm of home cinema.....when you go to see a band...they are in front of you on the stage....and you listen with two ears.......once the speakers have been positioned correctly to compensate for my sitting position then they just sound sublime........but Karen....this is my passion.......and.....it's one of the only true ways I can really relax........besides..being in the business....I got all the components at trade prices......
Hey! I just saw the link for your speakers they are pretty streamlined for as much as they weigh. Their looks could be deceiving according to their weight!
gawwwwd !!...I love bass !!!.....That's not the purist way ...but..I love to ' feel ' the music too.....however....there's hardly any colouration in the all important mid frequencies and the HF unit is top notch too...for MY ears !!