Recommendation for an audiophile speaker cord that is not "bright"?


A friend has loaned me the Nordost Valhalla I and II as well as Nordost Frey 2 cables. They are wonderful speaker cables but do emphasize the "brightness" of my system including my Wilson audio Sahsa 2 speakers.

Any suggestions? Would used Transparent cables provide a richer bottom end? What about Audience Reference?

Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. - Thank you - Gerry
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ruraltraumasurgeon OP14 posts
12-22-2019 3:24pm
Quite an interesting discussion. A few things on my end:

1. My current speaker cables are labeled "Transparent high performance 10-2 10 AWG (upgradeable)."
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You will not believe this until you hear it, but even if those cables are a quite heavy gauge they are still unable to let the amp breath freely. Several thin conductors will perform like thin conductors even if they represent a low R. 
**Unlike the other participants here I`m speaking out of years of experience and not what I "think" or feel.
This simple speakercable-trick is the biggest uppgrade anyone can do to a good system, even if solid core pc`s represent a gamechanger too.

audiozenology
134 posts
12-22-2019 9:24am
So pretty much you are ignoring that voice coil resistance and impedance is part of the circuit ....right, gotcha. So basically that 7awg number is made up.
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Think again. The voicecoil is not a part of any circuit, it is the powerconsumer at the end of the circuit. 


So pretty much you are "arguing" from a point of complete ignorance w.r.t. electronic circuits. Got it. Carry on.