Frank's Analog 2 from Signal Cable


To whom it may concern,

Frank's Ananlog 2 with Bullet plug sounded incredibly so good right out of the box that I was down to my knees and begging for more music. I was in heaven and and never had such an orgasm listening to my favorite CD's.

I had tried some of the expensive IC such as Tara Labs the One, Acoustic Zen Silver Reference II, and Synergistic Resolution Reference Active X, and the Analog 2 out performed these well known cable in my systems with an incredibly low price.

Frank, thank you so much for making this addictive hobby so affordable!!!

Thanks
Long
longho68
I agree-Signal Cable cables are very good. I'm using balanced interconnects from my CDP to amps and couldn't be happier!
I agree that Frank's cables are a steal at the price and offer very good performance, but in my system in a head to head comparison the Acoustic Zen Silver Ref smokes Signal Analog 2, no contest, the Analog 2 is congested and dull compared to the AZ cable. I have not tried the model with the bullet plugs though and maybe that makes all the difference.
Cable is system dependent..:-)...Give the analog 2 with bullet plug a try. You have 30 days to try it for free...It's 1/10 the cost of Acoustic Zen Silver Reference II.
i also tried Frank's Signal Analog 2 cable and the biwire speaker cable in my system...they replaced Tara Labs Ref. interconnects and Innersound speaker wire...well, the Signal Cable sounded much better than Tara/Innersound combo...but then i discovered Synchestra Signature that smoked the Signal Cable and for $200 used interconnects and speaker cable (retail for $800) i thought i got a pretty darn good deal...otoh, for less than $200 retail interconnects and speaker cables Signal Cable products are amazing!
Kind of OT but how revealing does a system have to be in order to be able to discern between various interconnects? I am thinking of trying some Signal Cable IC's but I am wondering if my mid-fi at best system will see any benefits.

Speakers: JBL S38
Reciever: Sony DA4ES
CD: Sony DVP-NC655P (DVD player)

Thanks!

Mark
You can audition Signal Cable 30 days for free...what is there to lose?...
High quality terminations, high quality OFC cable and the cost should immediately make it a no brainer. It is worth the time and effort to demo them. My entire 5.1 HT system is wired with Signal.
I wound up getting a pair of Analog 2's at the same time I upgraded my CD player to a Sony C222ES. I a/b'ed the interconnects (since the CDP has 2 sets of outputs) and the Signal cables won out.

Mark
Can someone clarify for me what the benefits of bullet plugs are?
I am seriously considering Signal Cable (mainly because of reviews and comments like these), but I don't have experience with that type of termination.
Eichmann RCA's have less material to get in the way of the signal,but they can be fragile to some users. I have tried various RCA's in order to narrow down what might be the best to use on cables I am making.

Alot depends on synergy also. Some people have experienced negative attributes using Bullet plugs,but a majority of users swear by them.

Other plugs I used with good results are HomeGrowns Gold\Silver and Rhodium plated RCA's along with Cardas SLVR's. For speaker wire termination I go with Audioquest for being minimalist in desin like Eichmanns. I will also point out that if you can get away with not using termination for speaker cables use none. I use Bananas connectors and spades for Bi-Wiring purposes.

Lastly try to take out as many binding post as possible because they add coloration. I have my XO's outboard and connect to them with bare wire.

Hope that helps!