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I just checked out their website; www.analysis-plus.com These guys are very "Scientific" about their cables. Even though I don't understand most of their scientific explanations, I was quite impressed.

How many people own their cables? Comments?
 
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I own or have tried every cable they make except the Gold ICs, so obviously I like them very much.

What exactly do you want to know?
 
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I don't mean to hijack this thread from Magic but.....



How do there power cables sound compared to VD?
 
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Quote:

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I own or have tried every cable they make except the Gold ICs, so obviously I like them very much.

What exactly do you want to know?


I would probably be interested in the Oval One interconnect. I would be connecting them directly into my headphone amp from my CD player.

I've been using the Monster Interlink 400MkII for a long time. So,I'm wondering if the Oval One would be a significant upgrade from the Monsters? I'm assuming yes. At $89 for 1M length, they seem to be a good deal.
 
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Forgot to say; I was also considering the DiMarzio interconnects from HeadRoom, also $89 for a 1M length. But, the Analysis Plus cables seem to be the better choice.
 
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Probably best buy for cheap ICs I have tried are the Outlaw PCA at $50 and offer unbeatable value, there are better ICs but they cost more.

I did try $90 Dimarzio's and both Outlaw PCA and AP Oval One are better for me.

I have some Monster ICs for home theater (400 & 500) and again the Outlaw and AP are much better. I can tell you that the new AP Oval One will obsolete the more expensive AP Copper Oval because in my book they are almost equal sounding and Oval One is 1/3 the price. I sold my copper ovals last year and went with new AP Solo Crystal ICs which are excellent but cost $400,
these easily surpass the copper ovals.

I have owned AP Power Ovals but the VD References and higher replaced them. I would prefer an AP Power Oval over VD P2 and lower cords however.
In other words I think I would trade an AP Power Oval for a VD Audition, but would keep the Power Oval if you offered me a VD P2 cord.
 
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Thanks Dark Angel!!!!


I am assuming the Power Ovals are more flexible than the big fat VDs.


Is there any difference in "house brand sonic" between the APs and VDs?
 
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The AP Power is extremely flexible, and also beautiful cord:
Power Oval

The difference in sound is that higher end VD cords enhance the 3D soundstage better, of course they cost more too........
 
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