Chris makes good cables, Iam not surprise ..
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No, the Coppertone loom is in the big downstairs system. Just remember how much you enjoyed that system, with these wires everything is better, plus this subjective aspect of just relaxing almost like hearing what a great SET amp offers without losing dynamics.
The PS system's wires are very good, but these Black Cat cables are at a higher level. There's no doubt that I'll be purchasing a full run for this system too.
What a coincidence as I was just looking at their site yesterday.I'm going to add a second subwoofer and hook them up directly from the amp rather than from the preamp as they are now.I'm using Clearday now which I really like, but since Paul is out of the biz now the hunt ensues.
Teajay in your opinion would using the Cleardays on either the speakers (Tektons) or the subs(SVS) along with another brand be detrimental?I'm always up for saving a few $ but not if it's going to sound like hades:)
I have both Coppertone interconnects and Coppertone speaker cables. They are seriously good and I agree wholeheartedly with Teejay. I have also had a variety of other cables in and out of my system through the years at all price points and I have over the past couple of months directly compared the Coppertones to Cardas Golden Reference (IC's and spkr cables) and A23 (IC's and spkr cables). I have sold the Cardas and I'm on the fence between the Coppertones and the A23. I presently have both tube(Leben) and solid state(Pass) amplifiers and likely will always keep both topologies around. If you don't require balanced connections(since he doesn't make a balanced Coppertone), these are seriously terrific cables and Chris was exceptional to deal with.
I strongly believe what speaker wire you use to drive your subs does not have to match the wire you use for your main speakers. However, to drive your main speakers, if I got it right they are Tekton Speakers, the Black Cat Cables would give you a superlative improvement over the Clearday cables.
I have pretty much a complete Black Cat Cable loom in both of my systems and yes they are very good. I too play in the shallow end with the copper cables such as The Tube and the 3200 series.
I do find it funny that Teajay gives Coppertone a rave review while his new boss Srajan said he didn't have a system low budget enough to use Coppertone.
I love the way my system sounds but u know how it is , we can’t ever stop.
My weakest link is my interconnects but I only say weakest because of the price not because of the sound. I am using Shunyata venom between my modded bel canto dac and my LFD NCSE amp driving my harbeth super hl5.
Just got my Coppertone speaker cables today.They've only been running for a couple of hours but they sound great right away.Compared to the Clear Days(R.I.P. Paul) they are so far subtlety 'liquid' as teajay noted.Also a little more air around each instrument and vocalist,a bit deeper soundstage.They don't favor any one frequency and are neutral in that regard.Very,very nice!
They feed Tekton Impact Monitors from an Aric Audio Transcend Push Pull amp.When they settle in over the next few weeks I'll update for whoever is curious.
Yo Teajay! Goodonya man! I have a Stereovox XV1 digital cable. A bit too detailed and maybe a little harsh sounding. However, I have no doubt Chris can work some magic with copper. I spoke with him personally and the dude knows his sh*t. I think you just made some audiophiles on a budget mucho happy. Keep up the good work man!
BTW, in speaking with Chris he clued me in to running banana jumpers in addition to my shotgun biwire cables (spades). Yes, you read that right. I was skeptical but I tried it, and DAMN he was dead on balls right. My bass tightened up and soundstage was expanded. I won’t listen without those jumpers anymore. Try it! It’s an uber cheap and effective tweak! Have Chris make you some.