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    Default check off another mod

    After some consulting w/ members here I decided to go ahead w/ the heavy duty I/C cable. The Neutrik base modules and sleeves came yesterday and I got to work. I'm using a 10 gu cable and hearing those twist locks click in is just worth it right there. On listening picking up more definition for sure even my Au less ears can hear this. Happy,oh ya so far not a failure on anything I've attemped and certainly pleased w/ the results. I had some godd advice and instruction along the way. For a big $16 and change and wire for free this is a no brainer. I did shoot some pics but as said before my ability to post signature and load pictures has gone away and will be sorted out after the new year w/ Polks I/T dept.so they promised.

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    Very nice Glad you could tell a difference

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    Nice work, keep it up!
    Good music, a good source, and good power can make SDA's sing. Tubes make them dance.

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    Without a doubt.I tried all different sources and it comes out kinda more pronounced w/more definition is the best way I can describe this. I think all that's left is the x-overs which might have to wait a bit. I love the idea of this what I'll call a lending library to try out the MIT speaker cables that ordinarily I could never afford. That's the real test and very curious on what difference there truely is w/ a named cable and the 12 gu that I have now.

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    By the way, even better than the custom cable is a Dreadnaught. Buy you need to crawl before you walk.
    Good music, a good source, and good power can make SDA's sing. Tubes make them dance.

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    Lew, if/when you get to try those MIT's out, be sure to connect directly from the amp to the speaker. (smiley)

    Glad to see you trying things for yourself instead of sitting on your haunches like so many in this hobby do. I have a feeling with the work you've put into those SDA's, the MIT cables are going to blow your socks off.
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    hearing those twist locks click in is just worth it right there.
    LOL.....I know exactly what you mean.
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    Glad it worked out for you Lew.
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