Silver Audio Silver Symphony 48 Speaker Cables

Silver Audio Silver Symphony 48 Speaker Cables 

DESCRIPTION

Designed specifically for uninhibited burst-power transfer under high current conditions, the Silver Symphony design combines the "brute force" approach of massive conductive surface area with the "finesse" of multiple, very thin, individually insulated (a micro-thin layer of virgin PFA dielectric) silver conductors.
- price based on 8ft. pair

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 21, 2003]
mark
AudioPhile

Strength:

Everything -

Weakness:

The price - but in this case you really DO get what you pay for!

These magnificent cables have simply transformed my system closer to perfection in EVERY way. They are a no brainer. I seriously have no plans to EVER replace them with anything else. If I had just bit the bullet and bought these to begin with I would have saved a lot of money!

Similar Products Used:

Monster, Audioquest, Kimber, MIT, Nordost, Tara Labs

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 08, 2002]
Ed Momkus
AudioPhile

Strength:

Detailed, airy, tight bass, neutral throughout. Good value at this price point.

Weakness:

None at this price point

I've waited a year before writing this review even though it was clear from the beginnig that these are superior cables. I'm sorry that the other reviewer had such a bad experience, but mine was excellent. These cables are at or near the top of what you can get for this price point. They are very detailed and airy without any glare. The bass is very tight but dynamic. Highly recommended.

Similar Products Used:

Transparent Ultra is the only similar cable. Also used Nordost and Audioquest, but lower price point products($300-500 for six foot pair).

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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