Have a look at Silversmith Audio. Different type of cable and they sound good. They have a unique take of the bi-wire as well. Just one of many choices but well worth consideration.
Looking for speaker wire (bi-wired) suggestions for two types of speakers
I have two types of speakers (both bi-wired) that I use in my audio systems that are used with a solid state amp and a tube preamp, listen to both vinyl and cd's and all types of music. Prices not to exceed $2,000.00 for an 8.0 ft. biwired pair.
One speaker pair are the Usher Mini-Diamond 2's circa 2017
The other speaker pair are the Eminent Technology LFT-8b'S brand new
Acoustic Zen Double Barrel Shotgun is a great cable that does everything right and doesn’t put a foot wrong. Best of luck.
I’m a fan of the single cable run with jumpers
- but not just those silly little jumpers that some with the speakers
You need to make your own jumpers using
Why such a long jumper? - I do not know the answer to that but I exchanged extensive emails with a guy in Bulgaria that found 0,5 meter to be the optimum length.
So I tried them and they worked amazingly well
As for the actual speaker cables - take a look at Zavfino products - they actually work very well
- they are very well designed and built and their entry level are reasonably priced
Hope that helps - Steve
I just replaced my MIT AVT-1 bi-wire with JPS labs Ultra conductor 2 bi-wire. The noise floor dropped and the bass response improved. The bass seems to go a little deeper and the individual notes are more apparent. I've had the MIT cables for over 5 years and always felt they were fine. I put the JPS labs cables in and immediately heard the difference. I went with JPS because over the years I have changed all my other cables to JPS and was curious if the speaker cables would make a positive difference. I'm not sure what the MSRP on the JPS speaker cables are since I bought them used, but they should be in your budget.