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post #16 of 129
Thread Starter 

Rumi is fantastic cable and Spirit is the new one, check the blog link, there are some feedbacks, many in Turkish, but google translates pretty nice, so you can get the main lines. I think it was not added on website yet, maybe he just wait for more feedbacks to make his final decision about production of it, but you can always ask through e-mail about it.

 

This is tough as it can get, because it is very difficult not to like these cables and I am sure, if I didnt have Rumi at the same time, Spirit would got all credits, but than again, Rumi goes further and expose clearly more, so, if you look for something up to that level, buy Rumi then.

 

 

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Thanks for the tip!  I was thinking Rumi SX with XLR for my DP1 to BHSE.  Your thoughts?

EDIT: Also I dont see the Spirit SG in their product page??

post #17 of 129

Most awesome.  Thanks for the info.

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Edited by saktanbers - 9/1/13 at 3:16am
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i will not post on this thread anymore  till i learn the full details for manufaturers.

regards.
Please continue to participate.

And I offer apologies for any embarrassment or angst posting may have caused.
Edited by Happy Camper - 9/1/13 at 9:47am
post #20 of 129

Many thanks to saktanbers for giving us a tor of his cables.......:beerchug:

post #21 of 129

now is officially member of trade.

i also thank for the ooportunity to try a new cable

post #22 of 129

audio jester. alota, happy camper and maguire...

thanks...

post #23 of 129
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audio jester. alota, happy camper and maguire...
thanks...
Thank you for this opportunity. I look forward to listening to your cables.
post #24 of 129
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audio jester. alota, happy camper and maguire...
thanks...
I'm the only one in the US to audition them?
post #25 of 129
Thread Starter 
Dont you know anyone, that lives near you, who can give them a try as well.? So far, you are.

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I'm the only one in the US to audition them?
post #26 of 129
I've contacted the current holder of the cables and they should be sent next week as they are working out of their area for the week.
post #27 of 129

I am completely on board that perception in sound is very subject between analog components, but digital cables, can not in any way affect the delicateness, timber, or whatever excessive use of adjectives you decide to make use of.  The can either deliver the data stream reliably, or not.  If they can not deliver it reliably, it would be perceived with either pops, crackles or dropouts.  There is not mild affect that can roll of frequencies or add warmth.  It just is not possible no matter how much you want to justify your purchase.

 

They do not carry an analog signal. The only components that can affect the quality of the produced sound are components that either convert or transmit analog signal. Digital cable carry a stream of 1's and 0's that do not translate to perceivable audio.  There is nothing a digital cable can do but either deliver that stream to you reliably or not.  The average cable that can be bought at your local computer store will only drop a single bit at the rate of 1 per 10(12) power which is 1,000,000,000,000 bit. Keep in mind that there are 5,872,025,600 bits on an audio CD.

 

Think of it this way.  Take an original CD an compare the sound to an undamaged copy of the cd, or even a lossless digital format move to a computer. These sources processed by the same DAC will not sound any different.  I am sure most of you have had cd's not read properly, an as you know there is no in between with the sound quality, it either drops out or plays.  You don't hear warmth, sparkle or any other5 cent adjective as a result of the digital data delivery.

post #28 of 129
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I am completely on board that perception in sound is very subject between analog components, but digital cables, can not in any way affect the delicateness, timber, or whatever excessive use of adjectives you decide to make use of.  The can either deliver the data stream reliably, or not.  If they can not deliver it reliably, it would be perceived with either pops, crackles or dropouts.  There is not mild affect that can roll of frequencies or add warmth.  It just is not possible no matter how much you want to justify your purchase.

They do not carry an analog signal. The only components that can affect the quality of the produced sound are components that either convert or transmit analog signal. Digital cable carry a stream of 1's and 0's that do not translate to perceivable audio.  There is nothing a digital cable can do but either deliver that stream to you reliably or not.  The average cable that can be bought at your local computer store will only drop a single bit at the rate of 1 per 10(12) power which is 1,000,000,000,000 bit. Keep in mind that there are 5,872,025,600 bits on an audio CD.

Think of it this way.  Take an original CD an compare the sound to an undamaged copy of the cd, or even a lossless digital format move to a computer. These sources processed by the same DAC will not sound any different.  I am sure most of you have had cd's not read properly, an as you know there is no in between with the sound quality, it either drops out or plays.  You don't hear warmth, sparkle or any other5 cent adjective as a result of the digital data delivery.

I don't want to rain on your parade, but the cables that we are discussing currently are XLR cables that transmit an analog signal.
post #29 of 129
Perhaps I was responding to the OP's title and 2nd post in this thread where he gave a lengthy review of the Digital cable referenced in the title
post #30 of 129
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I am completely on board that perception in sound is very subject between analog components, but digital cables, can not in any way affect the delicateness, timber, or whatever excessive use of adjectives you decide to make use of.  The can either deliver the data stream reliably, or not.  If they can not deliver it reliably, it would be perceived with either pops, crackles or dropouts.  There is not mild affect that can roll of frequencies or add warmth.  It just is not possible no matter how much you want to justify your purchase.

They do not carry an analog signal. The only components that can affect the quality of the produced sound are components that either convert or transmit analog signal. Digital cable carry a stream of 1's and 0's that do not translate to perceivable audio.  There is nothing a digital cable can do but either deliver that stream to you reliably or not.  The average cable that can be bought at your local computer store will only drop a single bit at the rate of 1 per 10(12) power which is 1,000,000,000,000 bit. Keep in mind that there are 5,872,025,600 bits on an audio CD.

Think of it this way.  Take an original CD an compare the sound to an undamaged copy of the cd, or even a lossless digital format move to a computer. These sources processed by the same DAC will not sound any different.  I am sure most of you have had cd's not read properly, an as you know there is no in between with the sound quality, it either drops out or plays.  You don't hear warmth, sparkle or any other5 cent adjective as a result of the digital data delivery.
This thread isn't for Science Templars. They gave you a forum of your own to argue. This is for those with an opposing view who believe cables do have an impact.
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