Originally Posted by steviesteve
yes, i like sommer cables too
and ingo remmers of kabelsound.de is a kind guy.
there are so many possibilities and that's confusing ?-/
I don't understand.
Why is it confusing?
Get the most cost effective one that fits the technical spec bill and move on.
You need a cable that:
- rejects outside interference as much as it can,
- has as less capacitance as possible,
- is Oxygen free,
- is flexible and easy to work with,
- does not crackle.
Find one, buy it and move on.
What does your local shop have? Sommer? Klotz? Van Damme? Canford own brand? Studiospares own brand? Or whatever? Buy it and move on.
Don't think about it. The cable business is strictly technical and nothing empirical.
It can help you save your hair and tears when it is of good quality, but it will never make your crappy speaker sing, or turn the water into wine. It will not get your converter rid of its jitter either.
Don't be confused by the audiophile marketing bullshit they use for those who get paid more than they know what to do with and sad enough to not go out on a Friday night but rather sit in and trainspot the details in the noise we make back in the studio, which are not actually there in the first place
So buy something and move on.