A perfect European's reply to a badly phrased Englishman's question! I meant, can you kindly clarify are you looking to improve the originals, or have you lost them?gasolin said:Denmarknopiano said:Yes, I do. But the question wasn't versus NAD jumpers, rather against an expensive option. I presume the originals were missing.andyjm said:Does no one on here see the absurdity of the suggestion that two very short (2cm?) jumpers are replaced by a length of wire?
Why not unpick all the copper tracks on the circuit board and replace those with wire while you are at it. Then there are those troublesome leads coming out of the output transistors. Lets snip them off and replace by wire as well.....
Cable is passive. All a cable can do is make the signal worse, therefore the best cable is the shortest cable. NAD's two little jumpers are ideal for the job. In the same way the shorting plates supplied with bi wirable speakers are perfect for the job and messing around with bits of wire can only make matters worse.
Gasolin, where are you?!