You see I got a little music studio, and how many times have I done an adjustment to the sound thinking I'm hearing a change in sound only to realise moments later I was tweaking a different channel all together. *ROFL* May I say this is not the case with the TQ Black 2. Its been the biggest Improvement to any upgrade I have made in years. Its not always bias. Shouty sound gone any hardness gone. *dirol* Yeah I said it.rainsoothe said:1. Easy: costs.woodbino said:1. Or if you think about it the other way...After carefully engineering speakers, why would a manufacturer then poo-poo it all by putting someting that will ruin the sound?
2. This is all quakery - jumpers, speaker wire, doesn't matter, it will make NO difference whatsoever.
2. Ok, I double dare you to use a Nait 1 with high capacitance speaker cable, then post something while you use it as a doorstop after it stopped working. In the meantime, I'll be enjoying my TQ Black 2 that nullified the harshness and sybilance of the Naca5, whilst not dismantling music like the first gen TQ Black did. I genuinely do envy people with bad hearing, though, it would make my current attempts of downgrading so much easier.