What cables did you replace?
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B12000; Do you know the capacitance of the Anti-IC's?
I e-mailed Paul Speltz from his website but I never got an answer. I have a similar set up as you, but I have the stock phono cable of the Technics 1210 M5G with cardas plugs connected to my phono stage.
It sounds great now but I'm wondering if the Anti-Ic's would be better. I know a low capacitance is important in a phono cable and the stock cables are 30pf/ft.
Speltz sent a sheet with the cables that says "Shunting capacitance is about as low as an interconnect can get (RCA less than 10pF/ft). This is due to the topology of the elongated spiral ground wire, with a straight conductor passing down the middle (at close to a 90 degree angle from each other). Because of this offset angle, the magnetic field of the ground wire has limited coupling to the signal wire (keeping capaicitance low)..."
Hope this helps.