It is a subtlety he describes as a 2 percent difference on a high-end system. EXPERTS who say that expensive wires will not improve the sound of your stereo still grant that cheap, thin cables with corroded ends might harm your system's sound.
With a little soldering skill you can make a set of high-quality cables yourself. One reason wires make a difference is that they act as resistors, blocking a bit of the current traveling, say, from the amplifier to the speaker.
The less blocked, the better. One way professionals overcome the problem is to use fatter wire, which offers less resistance. The Home Depot sells gauge copper wire for about 9 cents a foot. Its gauge specialty speaker wire is 16 cents a foot. The price is not necessarily an indicator that the wire will better serve the purpose, since the smaller the gauge number the fatter the wire. Good connectors on the wire ends matter, and professionals say the gold-plated ends do serve a purpose.
Gold will not tarnish, and there is no question that oxidation can cause a bad connection. Experts argue whether spade lug end or banana plugs are better. The latter are a tad more convenient to use. Most solder fits the bill, he said. John Storyk, who began his career designing recording studios with Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady studio, offered two suggestions: ''Make sure the cable lengths are equal. The veteran Markesan team held Bauer in check and pulled away from upstart Lourdes to win More important than the outcome, Bauer showed flashes of dominance as a sophomore, and they told the football program it'd be in great hands for another two seasons.
He played like a sophomore then but a talented one," Markesan coach John Dunlavy said during Week 2 this season, when senior-year Bauer and Lourdes did the routing and beat Markesan The ways Bauer has developed into one of Wisconsin's top quarterbacks since the sophomore year playoff loss are too many to count on one hand. The senior led Lourdes one game away from state his junior year with 2, yards and 30 touchdowns passing, 18th and tied for fourth in the state, respectively.
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He lived in , at address , South Dakota. The most startling of the SC-IV's many strengths was the impression it gave of providing an unimpeded pathway to the musical source and to the sonic characteristics of other components in the reproduction chain. With a good recording, the sound of instruments in an orchestra and individual voices in a chorus were presented with a timbral and spatial definition that was simply stunning.
Resolution, soundstaging, timbral accuracy, tonal balance, bass extension. What else is there to consider? Dynamics and "pace," that's what. Can the speaker, as Martin Colloms might say, boogie? I started this review with a Dunlavy Audio Labs quote claiming that measurements can reliably predict a speaker's ability to reproduce music. Has John Dunlavy proven his hypothesis? Maybe yes, maybe no. The "academic" answer is that the evidence presented is consistent with the hypothesis, but does not by itself prove it.
In order for measurements to be useful, we must know what to measure, how to measure it, and, once the measurements are collected, how to interpret them. This last phase is the most difficult, and it's here that I suspect that John Dunlavy's many years of experience in designing and building speakers is a factor, over and above the measurements themselves.
Furthermore, although the DAL factory in Colorado Springs has a first-rate speaker-measurement facility, its listening room is also well set up, and Dunlavy has admitted to me that the development of his latest speakers has involved much more time spent in listening tests than in measuring per se. For the audiophile, of course, questions about the role of measurements in speaker design are, well, academic.
We're more interested in the outcome than the process, and we use our ears to evaluate that. In fact, it was the sound of the SC-IV that first brought it to my attention. Having had a pair in my listening room for the past three months, I know the speaker is very special.
In my opinion, it's not only an outstanding speaker for anything anywhere near its price level, it's also a genuine contender for Class A status [if it had true high-level extension to 20Hz, like DAL's larger SC-VI—Ed. It's been said footnote 6 that if a reviewed component is really good, the reviewer should shed tears of sorrow while he or she boxes it up to return it to the manufacturer.
Oh, I suppose it would have, but, anticipating extensive responsiveness on the ALRT, I decided not to put myself through this aversive experience.
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