I got my LCD2 cable today. I'm very happy with it. Audible improvement over stock cable.
I wonder if I should get another cable for my IEM. Which cable would be best for shure se846 ?
it has helped thank you
the man is just busy
my cable is not created, i prefer that than lost by rhe post
That's the one I have. I actually prefer the look of it as it's very small, light and blends in with the cable. I was just wondering why the switch to the larger metal ones but maybe they're not as big as they appear.
When I look at the size of the wire that runs to the Sennheiser capsule/driver it is very difficult to comprehend why any good copper/silver/silver&gold cable with little to no resistance would sound much different than a cable with more wires. I do believe and have heard for myself the differences between cables made with different materials/quality of construction. Once the signal is passed cleanly and completely to the hair sized driver wire, why would four more wires of the same material in the cable leading up to it make a SQ difference?
There not so large, and very light. Not sure why Frank changed. A bit more bespoke and refined perhaps? Something custom made rather than 'off the shelf' is a bit more special I suppose. The new ones are lovely looking and feeling splitters.
You think you will be able to provide a hardwire service with you cables in the near future?
I think he already does hardwiring. When I ordered the 8 wire Black Widow he had an order to hardwire a Grado headphone with that cable. And that was months ago!
I got my Silver Widow on Saturday, and have to concur with the views about built quality.
I'm not very good with all these terms, but from what other people have said about them, I most agree on the heightened treble presence and the details. I had initially thought the bass was lacking, but after swapping back to the stock cable I dismissed this.
The overall package impressed enough that I am going get an IEM version.