What was your first experience with an interconnect cable, other than that of the RCA supplied with your gear at Best Buy?
Honestly [to you], do you think they make any difference whatsoever at all?
Does anybody prefer copper over silver?
Stranded over solid?
MIT's over Wire World or AudioQuest [or any other manufacturer of IC's]?
Have they done nothing for you but send the damned signal from point A to point B?
Did a swap out of IC's make or break your system?
How did you learn of an "upgraded" cable, other than that of the Rat-Shack red and white IC?
Are you one of those folks that still have most of the IC's they ever bought stashed....just in case or otherwise?
What do YOU think just a simple set of IC's can bring to the table?
What can a great set of IC cables bring to the table?
Is an IC basically an equalizer?
Have you heard any changes in imaging with an IC?
Can an IC change the height, depth and width or even a rig's ability to portray a holographic image at all?
Can an IC by itself change tonal accuracy?
Can just one pair of stereo IC's offer more subtle nuances you have never heard before?
Does just one pair of IC's stay the same with all volume levels on your rig....or is it dependent upon room acoustics?
Within your own audio journey, should all IC's be the same throughout your system to achieve the best sound?
Have you ever heard a change in all or certain aspects of the reproduction by using Caig De-Oxit products [or a similar product] with an IC?
Have you ever tried building one yourself? If so, how did you like them?
Damnit, if we are gonna talk audio on an audio forum......ya' might as well make it good. More questions may come along and many a folk may join in on this thread. The only thing I request is that you keep it civil. Some folks may not know the answer or experiences you have to a particular question. Some folks may raise an ear to what you have to say, which is good in raising the next generation of audiophiles. The topic is plain and simple. What does an interconnect have to do with the questions above and the questions that follow. This is not a debate for whether or not they make a difference, this is an open and honest discussion for all to participate in.
Folks who are new to the forum are welcome to chime in just as much as the established members. That said, go ahead and discuss this hobby like we should on an audio forum. Let's get down to the Nitty Gritty.....no matter where that road may turn.
The best way to enjoy digital music reproduction is to never listen to a good analogue reproduction.
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