Fotos del Kimber Kable 8 PR
6streetbridge.blogspot.com.esReview: Kimber 4PR/8PR Bi-Wire Speaker Cables
...A few days later, I had time for some further listening, which revealed the Kimber 4PR/8PR to be one smooth cable. There is a warm coherency from top-to-bottom and the bright edginess of the treble disappeared. The speaker drivers, a slightly strange term to use with Magnepans, seemed to now play as-one. The lowest bass, never a strong point on the Magnepans, was better too. Though the differences were not staggering compared to the old Canare, the changes were still audible.
So there you go - my prejudices once again have been shattered. I never thought solid-state amplification could cut it and now I'm hearing differences in cables. I think part of the reason for this change comes from finally having a better front end, revealing speakers and a certain amount of stability. Before, I was always trying new amplification (often DIY), speakers and moving to different rooms. Such circumstances clouded my ability to discern subtle changes as the amount of given variables were too high. Now once I get the chance, I will be willing to spend the dough on some even more expensive cables. Somewhere I hear my wallet screaming.
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preamp: Threshold FET-10/HL
phono preamp: Threshold FET-10/PC
amplifier: Threshold S/500
analog: VPI HW19 MkIII - Rega RB300 with Incognito wiring - Dynavector 10x5
speakers: Magnepan 1.6/QR
speaker cable: Canare Quad
Interconnects: Cardas Crosslink and Belden