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post #136 of 434

^That's cables and the hole debate in a nutshell!

post #137 of 434

has anyone who has bought cables from this company bought from companies like moon audio, or toxic cables or double helix cables?

post #138 of 434
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has anyone who has bought cables from this company bought from companies like moon audio, or toxic cables or double helix cables?

No need to :D

post #139 of 434
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has anyone who has bought cables from this company bought from companies like moon audio, or toxic cables or double helix cables?


I know people who have ... but I have bought my last three cables, LOD Mini, and two CIEM cables from Matthew. For the customer service, price, quality build and sound he is hard to beat IMHO.

post #140 of 434

So how do they compare?

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I got my Silver Series 7N OCC Cryo Silver Mini to Mini Cable this morning. Once again it's another gorgeous cable :bigsmile_face:

 

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Hello

Is anybody using their USB cables and if so what is their opinion of them.

 

I have the Color Series Type-A to Type-B USB Cable which I use from my Asus G53 laptop to my V-Dac. I find the soundstage and bass improved. I'm satisfy with the quality of the cable and the sound it produces, but your mileage may vary.

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I have the Color Series Type-A to Type-B USB Cable which I use from my Asus G53 laptop to my V-Dac. I find the soundstage and bass improved. I'm satisfy with the quality of the cable and the sound it produces, but your mileage may vary.

Are we really suggesting that a USB cable transfering a digital signal is changing the sonic signature?

post #144 of 434
We're not suggesting. We're convinced.
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We're not suggesting. We're convinced.

 



I'm convinced too.
post #146 of 434

Each to his own, pick your poison, bla bla bla... I'll go unsub

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has anyone who has bought cables from this company bought from companies like moon audio, or toxic cables or double helix cables?

 

Toxic cables have excellent build and finish from fondling at London meet table... but as delighted as I would be in supporting the UK economy, ain't waiting six months for the privilege

post #148 of 434
Toxic cables indeed is excellent in build quality and looks sooo beautiful too. If wait time is a concern, I am sure it will be reduced in time to come so for now Forza is an option if you cant wait. biggrin.gif
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Toxic cables indeed is excellent in build quality and looks sooo beautiful too. If wait time is a concern, I am sure it will be reduced in time to come so for now Forza is an option if you cant wait. biggrin.gif

Forza's turnaround is quite fast and the price is really good! As is the build quality.
post #150 of 434

This is how I`ll subscribe to this thread:

 

 

http://forzaaudioworks.com/en/

 

 

Just in case anyone was thinking, like me, they need to visit the page RIGHT NOW..

 

Cool looking stuff.  I`m thinking of that amazing black braid for my hd800, but terminated in mini XLR4 like the ALO Green Line, with multiple adapters. . . . . 

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