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post #151 of 161

Wow Sezai... Awesome spot.....Turkey is one gorgeous place to visit....

Also Your pic reminds me of what your cables do to my system.......take them out .......& Im in a stuffy hotel room without views.........

post #152 of 161

It's surprising that silverfi is garnering little interest here. I've had its Rumi XLR cables for about 3 months, and the quality it brings to me is nothing short of amazing. I still can remember the first time I plugged in the cable, it just gave me an immediate WOW! Can't believe such leaps of improvement it brings to my system. Even till date, I'm still astounded by the little magic it produces whenever I listen to my music. Thanks Sezai for your work and hopefully there will be more and more people who will be exposed to your cables and like them :)

 

Edwin 

post #153 of 161

Well this tour was one way to have promoted these cables....Im in total agreement with you Edwin...

My only gripe is that I know one day soon I will be having to post them North.......

post #154 of 161
Hi,

I have been listening to Silver Fi's iem cable on my UM Mentor for a while. I am really impressed with its timble and control on highs. No low frequency bloating at all. I have decided to order an extra cable for balanced listening on my HM901 after seeing its perfection. I do really like Silver Fi's IEM cables. Highly recommended.

I am going to send my equipment to Mr. Saktanber for a listening and experiencing. He is a really nice and helpful person. I will discuss with him how Mentor should be with new balanced cable. He is more than a seller and cable maker. I am happy to know him.
post #155 of 161
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Originally Posted by Capri87 View Post

It's surprising that silverfi is garnering little interest here. I've had its Rumi XLR cables for about 3 months, and the quality it brings to me is nothing short of amazing. I still can remember the first time I plugged in the cable, it just gave me an immediate WOW! Can't believe such leaps of improvement it brings to my system. Even till date, I'm still astounded by the little magic it produces whenever I listen to my music. Thanks Sezai for your work and hopefully there will be more and more people who will be exposed to your cables and like them smily_headphones1.gif

Edwin 
When you hear it, you immediately have less respect for the science types who use their talents to make people feel they are fooling themselves. There are sonic differences in cables and if they can't identify them, then they have failed.
post #156 of 161
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Originally Posted by Happy Camper View Post

When you hear it, you immediately have less respect for the science types who use their talents to make people feel they are fooling themselves. There are sonic differences in cables and if they can't identify them, then they have failed.
+1
Well said!
post #157 of 161
I'm going to take a stab at why these cables are so superior to what I've heard from other cables. The primary issue is the purity and extrusion methods used in making their own metal. They have directional properties based on their design. The vast majority of cable suppliers use a few supply houses for their wire. Our friends at Silverfi do their own processes specifically designed for audio. Next is the sleeving and braiding of the cables. Minimizing the interaction of internal reflective inductance into the signal. Meaning no background noise. I know Sezai will be protective of his extremely intensive methods and I respect that. But I would love to have him give his thought process that's developed a world class cable. He's converting some initially skeptical listeners. I was one. Were I to receive a boon, I'd wire my entire system with his products, including internal component devices. The small incremental changes I've heard over the years have been nothing like I heard with his Rumi XLRs. Makes me wish I could hear his top tier line up.

Some day Sezai.

But a big thank you to Blackmore for bringing attention to this unique and outstanding line of products. The typical response would be damn you. My wallet is hiding but when I've found its hiding spot and can pry it's contents, I will be a customer. If people who have taken my advice and benefited by it care to take another piece of advice for the betterment of sound, try this companies products.
post #158 of 161

Well summed up Happy camper, I wonder what is his top tier cables?

post #159 of 161
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Originally Posted by maguire View Post

Well summed up Happy camper, I wonder what is his top tier cables?
TURQUOISE SERIES INTERCONNECTS
post #160 of 161

Ahh awesome, thanks for that. The Turquoise Series would be truely awesome. I can only dream about how well they would fit into my systems....

Heck! I already am in love with his Rumi & Spirit cables....

Also agree we should thank Blackmore for bringing them to our attention.......

post #161 of 161
Thread Starter 

Thank you guys for the kind words. It was and still is an privilege to be a part of Mr. Sezai creation and, hopefully, we may get another chance to try more of his work in the future.


Edited by Blackmore - 7/26/14 at 3:29pm
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