Now, I’m all for a narrow dynamic range, but if a narrow range lacks the contrast to back it up; you end up with a snoozer of a signature. With the SilverResolution’s snooze time dynamics, and extremely flat response; this cable will knock you out faster then a 40oz’er. The only thing that could possibly wake you from this coma would be its low-end punch.
As low as my ears can see, they witness zero role-off, and maybe even a little role-UP… The lows literally tickle your ear drums. Just too bad the cables are so dang greedy when it comes to its release.
If they could just let go of the past, these could easily hold king of low end. Instead there lows resemble something along the lines of,
Fat, slow, and obnoxious.
Where these cables lack, they lack further more in regards to fatigue. Easily the least sibilant, most neutral cables I’ve ever heard. I really find it hard to believe they’re actually silver.
If your current system has your ears in crutches due to exaggerated dynamics, sibilance, and colour; these cables are for you. If you're looking for jaw dropping technical ability’s; unfortunately… these are probably not your best bet.
Although the cables have a deep rear and side stage with extremely coherent imaging with in; the front and center stage lacks in depth.
With detail being a play on dynamics, it’s detail presentation’s a bit too single sided, and upfront.
But when it comes to balance and channel separation, I have to give it to the little guys. They’re coherence falls into a whole new class for me; now known as conjoined pair.
The signal cable SilverResolution with upgraded SilverBullets is more of a monstercable x10 than an inspirational audiophile piece.
Nonetheless, there’s no denying the cables still hold tremendous value, and with its focus on neutrality; it should work to a minimal satisfactory grade with probably every system on the planet.
I only use digital outs on my transporter, so I was extremely Skeptical wither a power cord would actually do anything.
Well, with the exception of the “cord” being more of a metal rod then an actual cord, I was more then impressed with every aspect this ‘expected novelty item’ was capable of bringing to my system over stock.
-More defined edges.
-Increased dynamic range. (Not necessarily a good thing, but its presentation’s very unique and not overdone at all)
-Implies an accurate transparent signature.
-Eliminated a lot of interference over previous stock cord.
-Fast, not necessarily in its presentation but in its source to source transit speed; presenting a more infant pureness to the power signature.