cables for Audiolab

mojoseven

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Can anybody recommnend a suitable speaker cable for biamping an Audiolab 8000S/P combination?

I've been using Linn K20 for years I think it's time for a change, nothing too expensive, something like £10 to £15 per metre.
 

mojoseven

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I tried Chord Rumor, it was a disaster. Never got rid of something as quick as that. All top and no bass, is the Odyssey that different?
 
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Some 322 strand copper would be worth trying out. Expect to pay pennies. Paying £10-15 a metre for Audiolab stuff is, no disrespect due, overkill.
 

JoelSim

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Atlas Hyper 3.0 is weightier and more meaty than the Chords, a nicer listen than Odyssey 2 that I had before it.
 
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mojoseven:
Can anybody recommnend a suitable speaker cable for biamping an Audiolab 8000S/P combination?

I've been using Linn K20 for years I think it's time for a change, nothing too expensive, something like £10 to £15 per metre.

Blujeans cable do a range of great speaker cable and they have excellent specifications plus they are not rip of either. £2.50/meter

will buy the 10AWG or 2.5mm Squared cable. A 2.5mm squared cable at £2.5 wont sound any different to 2.5mm squared cable at £10/meter so take your pick.

The link is http://www.bluejeanscable.co.uk/store/speaker/index.htm
 
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mojoseven:
Can anybody recommnend a suitable speaker cable for biamping an Audiolab 8000S/P combination?

I've been using Linn K20 for years I think it's time for a change, nothing too expensive, something like £10 to £15 per metre.

Seems a bit daft just changing your cable for the sake of it. A new cable wont make your audiolab perform any better or sound any different.
 

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