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Sommer Cable ORBIT 225
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Published on 05/26/13 at 06:22
Value For Money : Poor
Excellent speaker cable that does nothing to remove the sound of the components it connects.
In much greater than what can be supplied as standard with a quality amp head, this cable enables a connection quality.
In a more significant that section, it must provide the correct jacks: one Neutrik NP2 XB
can not be the case any more than Amphenol ACPM-GN MONO, it is imperative to take the plug XXL! Neutrik (actually Rean) NYS225 L proves perfect.
Easy to strip and solder the cable assembles in a jiffy.
Once connected, the conclusion is simple: respect the signal, excellent dynamic definition and musicality are waiting for you.
For a one meter cable, simply an investment of less than 6 €, including jacks! You can forget about the Monster Cable expensive: there are not any better, I have experienced.
I prefer to CORDIAL CLS 225 TT, yet very good because it is a little softer, which I particularly like.
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