The Last Word on Speaker Wire

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I know people that have some very expensive speaker cable.

The guy that serviced my turntable (record player) had some very thick cables, that were raised above the floor on special (wooden if I remember correctly) 'cable elevators'. Obviously (!) vibrations from the floor are converted into electrical signals that mix with the signal coming from the amplifier to 'pollute' the sound.
 
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I know people that have some very expensive speaker cable.

The guy that serviced my turntable (record player) had some very thick cables, that were raised above the floor on special (wooden if I remember correctly) 'cable elevators'. Obviously (!) vibrations from the floor are converted into electrical signals that mix with the signal coming from the amplifier to 'pollute' the sound.
Let me guess, these cables were made by elfs by full moon? All big money-pullin' BS imo
 

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I know people that have some very expensive speaker cable.

The guy that serviced my turntable (record player) had some very thick cables, that were raised above the floor on special (wooden if I remember correctly) 'cable elevators'. Obviously (!) vibrations from the floor are converted into electrical signals that mix with the signal coming from the amplifier to 'pollute' the sound.
Yes he talks about all these in the article.
Check the price!!:
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Cable Elevators:
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