LAT International The Bi-Wire Speaker Cable Speaker Cables

The Bi-Wire Speaker Cable

For Bi-wire and Bi-amp applications

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mjweyland   Audio Enthusiast [Apr 25, 2002]

Well made, strong, locking banana plugs, tonally exceptional



I recently upgraded my speakers from an old pair of Infinity SM122s and an SM Video (Center channel speaker) to a pair of the Kef Reference 3.2s and the 200C. Seeing as I had the new speakers I decided to upgrade the cables to allow for the bi-wiring option available with these speakers. After some searching and listening I decided to go with the LATs. I had read outstanding reviews of the cables at a higher price point and thought I couldn''''t go wrong with these. After about 120 hours or so, I made some time and sat down and listened to some music. The first time I really listened to Kind of Blue on SACD I wanted to cry. The meloncholoy horn was so intriguing. The harshness and brashness usually associated with Miles type of hard horn playing was completly eliminated. The highs were clear as clear could be. Mids were absolutely transparant and the LF getting down to 38 Hz doesn''''t hurt. I think I will need the invest in the outlaw audio ICBM to truly realize the Bass capabilities of the player, but that is another review. After I was impressed with their abilities playing music, I decided to give the old DVD player a shot and see how the center channel worked in conjunctin with the L and R channels. Watching T2 Special Edition the voices were absolutely clear. Almost life like. I was imensely impressed. The cables did not let me down. As others hve stated it is immensely important to burn in your equipment. Initially out of the box the highs were a little harsh and the bass sounded a little muddy. AFter the burn in period the sounds seemed to meld better together. The highs opened up significantly. I would recommend these cables to anyone out there.

Similar Products Used: Monster Z series, Monster M series, Tara Labs, Kimber Kable, Transparent Cable.
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