Love the $195 cable by Audio Horizons. Its surprisingly well made think of $1,000 cable construction and sound to match.
Sorry, I didn't think about you living outside of the States. I actually have a various blend of different manufacturer's cords in my system. Audio Horizons cords are part of that mix. I suggest that you either list all of the components in your system and where you'd like to try either an interconnect or power cord. Then, certain Audiogon members can make some suggestions. Or, contact Victor at Audio Horizons and ask him for a specific recommendation. Also, do a search through the threads. There are many comments of Audio Horizons recommendations in many threads.
Sherod, even though the test is in listening to the cables, being in Malaysia I do not have the luxury to try before purchasing any of the cables. Read thru the thread abt AH preamp, someone did mentioned that the cables are as good as the shunyata pc which certainly caught my interest. Was wondering just how good the cable esp AH Dimenstion IC, is compare to say, MIT Oracle V 1.1 ( which I will be using for my phonostage to preamp) and Transparent Reference cable. Below are my set up :
CJ Act 2.2
CEC TL 51x
Transparent Reference speaker cable
PIMM for both CJ Act 2.2 and CJ 350
Transparent Reference Powerlink for both DAC and transport
Transparent Reference interconnect btw CJ pre/power
My main source will be vinyl . Currently waiting for TW acustic raven AC turntable ( 6mths wait and still not ready). Currently making do with the digital setup which I will probably upgrade in the future.
Your input is much appreciated. TQ
I'm afraid that I wouldn't be much help in any cable recommendations for you. Your system is completely different from mine, so since cables are very system dependent, perhaps another member with a similar system to yours can offer more advice. Perhaps you can discuss this situation with the folks at Audio Horizons. Maybe they have a special trial arrangement for foreign customers to allow for the extra time of shipping.