I’m really strongly thinking of buying a lot of this cable because I’m sure it will go up in price.
I think you guys, and Jeff Day and all his audio buddies, are all missing the boat !! Just IMHO.
So you cats think Dueland is a performance bargain. LOL. Not me !! Not at all . At about 1/3 the cost, I think ( huge caveat - have not A-Bed the Dueland ) .
I would be willing to bet it will EAT the Dueland in performance, when used precisely as I have DETAILED. Tin plating only gets you so far on the high end, compared to military spec silver plating.
If you have questions, ask me.
IMHO means “In My Humble Opinion”
There’s nothing humble about your post. It’s condescending and rude. Cut it out, already!
Agreed. A little humility would go a long way there.
I get your passion, but this is NOT the way to express it. Allow the other guys to have their fun, too.
Instead of crapping on these guys discussion, why not start your own on the military wire?
You are really missing the mark here Jeff. There’s a reason why so many people liked @Redboy post. I will PM you shortly to further discuss.Baloney !! To me, IMHO means " in my honest opinion ". I think my post was stellar !! There was nothing condescending nor rude in my post. I am suggesting that the Duelund may be easily bettered by a wire at one third the cost, that you are all on the wrong path perhaps, and I am pointing out that people, in general do not use enough wire to transfer energy efficiently .
If anything, if you have an open mind, you should thank me for offering an alternative course of action, that will cost less and perform higher ( possibly ). It certainly performs lovely in the places I have used and heard it !! I pay no more than 0.50 a foot for 12 AWG, beautifully made, silver plated to a Military Specification.
I am not " crapping" on a discussion, LOL, I am suggesting an alternative I THINK is likely higher performing, and at a fraction of the cost.
I have done two or three write ups of this wire, on this forum this year, and took the time to draw and post a full schematic, in the form of a tutorial, for others to learn how to use it, including precise length information to employ.
Am I the lone voice in the wilderness?? So be it !!
Have a lovely day. I plan to, 'am modding a lovely solid state receiver today, poorly wired, with this precise Mil Spec wire, which should be an improvement. ' Have two of the same units, so I will compare stock to re-wired receivers easily.