AUDIOQUEST MONT BLANC PDF

Listening I began by replacing my homemade interconnect cables—single-conductor solid-core silver in clear, loose-fitting polyethylene jackets, terminated with inexpensive gold-plated Deltron plugs—with a 4m set of AudioQuest Cheetahs. In both cases, the sound was pinched and small, but neither cable seemed to get in the way of the very powerful music. On the basis of this comparison, I would have recommended going the cheap-wire route. I tried something a little more challenging: the Brahms Serenade No. In contrast with the Ochs, this recording also has superb scale—almost as good as it gets. Then I tried the AudioQuest Cheetahs.

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Listening I began by replacing my homemade interconnect cables—single-conductor solid-core silver in clear, loose-fitting polyethylene jackets, terminated with inexpensive gold-plated Deltron plugs—with a 4m set of AudioQuest Cheetahs. In both cases, the sound was pinched and small, but neither cable seemed to get in the way of the very powerful music.

On the basis of this comparison, I would have recommended going the cheap-wire route. I tried something a little more challenging: the Brahms Serenade No. In contrast with the Ochs, this recording also has superb scale—almost as good as it gets. Then I tried the AudioQuest Cheetahs. In fact, I went back and forth about six times during that one record side alone. If there was an audible difference, it was as slight as slight can be.

Have you noticed that, in reproduced music, silences can sound not only silent but have both a sense of "darkness" and an "implied" sense of bass extension or depth, as well? I also suspected that, with the AudioQuest Cheetahs, the sounds of the instruments popped out from the mix more believably during the lovely middle section of the Adagio, especially the few dozen bars where the strings are silent, leaving a single horn and some woodwinds to play.

The silences in that portion were, again, blacker and deeper with the AudioQuests. The sounds of the damped acoustic guitar, electric bass, and drums seemed to "bloom" a little more, in a more believable way, with the Cheetahs. By comparison, my cables—which I made, mind you—were a little pinched and a little "hi-fi.

In any event, I enjoyed listening with the AudioQuest Cheetahs in place. I kept them there. Music flowed beautifully, and there was nothing musically unnatural or sonically pinched or distorted about it.

With them, my system sounded lovely. Then I compared the AudioQuest Mont Blanc speaker cables, which are multiple runs of solid-core copper, with my home-made speaker cables, which use multiple runs of solid-core silver. On the wonderful old fiddle tune "Texas Gales," from the first duet album by Tony Rice and Norman Blake a fine-sounding LP—thanks to the engineering of Billy Wolf—available as Rounder , the two guitars were coming out of a darker, deeper silence.

Both cables made me lean forward and smile. Both cables sounded smooth and natural—but the AudioQuest was very slightly more so. Conclusions The new AudioQuests are very good-sounding cables. My belief is that their "dielectric bias" system, which I wound up removing and leaving in my desk drawer, has no influence on their performance one way or the other.

Footnote 2: I swear to you, as God is my witness: Just as I was writing that sentence, a very large bumblebee flew past my window—and that, as we all know, is also scientifically impossible.

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What more appropriate way than by listening their Perfect-Surface Silver cables, like the current Sky interconnects? The reason for this: it was Joe Harley and Bill Low of AudioQuest who personally introduced me to the world of high-end audio in , when I recorded an album of my compositions that was released by their then in-house label, AudioQuest Music. Recording that music marked the first time I was actually exposed to a direct empirical audio comparison: at Ocean Way studios in Hollywood. Joe Harley of AudioQuest had brought in some long solid silver microphone cables that he ran instead of whatever the regular studio cabling was. So that was the start of a continual process of living with AudioQuest gear since that time. The current AQ cables in my system mark the fourth generation of their cables I have continually owned and listened to since

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