Contact the manufacturer and ask them. I'm sure they know better than anyone else.
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Sorry, but the Grover Huffman SX+ speaker cables is a poor #14.
What thickness do you need?
(tell me the length and your amplifier’s DF (Damping Factor) and I’ll calculate it for you).
All other sayings of Grover Huffman are none relevant: Skin effect, magnetics etc’.
They all come to market his stuff, as he has no idea what he is doing.
here's an email I recently received regarding my speaker cables
" Floored by these speaker cables. I had no idea that speaker cables would have such a strong influence on the sound. I assumed the SUT to pre would be the biggest change, but I’m not sure.
Maybe old speaker cables (audioquest Aspen) just sucked?!
Anyway, you are a talent. And I’m grateful.
Come on b4icu let's compete what are your cables? Let's listen to them.
“”””Groverh, please share your answer to the original question if possible. Thanks””””
I just bought a pair of 6ft SX cables to and compared them to what I previously had in the system 1.5ft CARDAS Cross/SPK Bi-Wire.
In my system the SE sound better than the Cardas. The build quality is great and the price is very accessible for a high end cable.
As I respect b4icu opinion on the calculation I do not respect the comment on the builder not knowing what he is doing. I just find it ignorant.
I just ordered a full loom of Grover's cables. He feels pretty strongly that he makes a good product since he'll take them back with no questions asked for a full refund. In that case the only opinion that matters is mine.
BTW I believe power cables are snake oil. Grover shipped me a Pharaoh version of his and I plugged it into my Don Sachs preamp. The impact was immediate and completely recognizable. I was prepared to ship it right back to him but I think it's a keeper.