Sonic Horizon Daybreak Interconnects Speaker Cables

Daybreak Interconnects

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T L   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 22, 2003]
Strength:

This cable is very neutral, clean, clear, warm, but not too laid back. Can be assertive but not aggressive, detailed without coloration. Will prevail the musical source as it is produced. Very well contructed. The people at Sonic Horizon know their cables. I have a SH Daybreak Power Cord on the Rava Sub, which I will give a review at a later date.

Weakness:

None, if you like a neutral cable without the coloration.

Please see Specs at top of review page. The Sonic Horizon Daybreak audio interconnect is for real. This cable looks beautiful as it sound. Burn in time according to Sonic Horizon is from 100 to 600 hours. I notice at about 20 hours it began to bloom, while at first it was very thin sounding. I have used quite a few interconnects in my time and this cable in my opinion is probably one of the best cables at its price point and even higher, $82.00 2M Pair. My System: Sonic Horizon Daybreak interconnects. Acoustic Research, the "Venerable" 302's, Year 1995 on the Front. Canton Nestor 403 in the Center. Mirage FRX-One in the rear. Adire Audio Rava Subwoofer 12". RCA 46" rear Projection TV. Pioneer DV-414 DVD Player. Onkyo Integra DX-C 606 CD Player. 2-Parasound HCA 1201A THX Ultra 150 watt mono blocks Amps. Preamped out from front Channels on Teac AG-D9320 A/V Receiver.

Similar Products Used: Encore II and Chorus Straight Wire. "Monstrously Good" says Home Theater, M550 Monster Cables.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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