High Fidelity Cables?


I’ve noticed for the past week or so, that my favorite cable manufacturer, High Fidelity Cables, is closed due to Covid.  Anyone know anything more?

louisl

RicEVS has a new product for speaker cables

The EVS Speaker rf filters

According to Ric make the sound more musical and more detailed.  You hear more separation of instruments, more hall sound, more air, lowering of noise and lowering of edginess and distortion.   You hear more micro details....string resonances.....lips smacking.....more of the wood sound.  This is not subtle....you have not heard your system till you have filtered the noise coming down your speaker wires.  Even at low volumes you enjoy the music more......just more real.

 

 

I bought them years ago. I don't think they made a noticeable difference.

@teo_audio 

That is exactly what one would expect a magnetic addition/integration to a conductive pathway, to do. It is part why the rest of the industry avoided it for the past 30 plus years. Audio fanatics and cable manufactures have been playing with adding magnets in various ways, to audio cables, for literally decades. They all ended up letting it go. Too ’fi’ and not enough musicality. Different is not automatically better, it can be -- just... different.

OK name me one other example of a cable company that used magnets inline in the signal path? As far as I know there is none.

Yes plenty of companies have used rare earth magnets placed in the connectors to surround the wire with a magnetic field, and they have all been abandoned because they do not work well. HFC did not do this.

 

roxy54,

If your post is about the product that tweak1 is posting.....then you are confused.  The Music Purifiers (speaker rf filters) are a new product....just released in the last month.  I also sell Ground Enhancers....these have been available for 10 years or more.  They both produce good results....but the new Music Purifiers are way, way more powerful than the Ground Enhancers.....quite mind blowing for very little money.

ricevs,

I didn't express myself clearly. I didn't mean to say that I had boought that brand, just that I had bought and used rf filters attached to the speaker terminals by Electronic Visionary Systems I think. It was a long time ago. Sorry for the misunderstanding.