Silent Source,Omega Mikro.TG Audio,Virtual Dynamics or a Siltech? Can help on the first two,possibly the others.Auditions available.
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Is there a long burn in period? I've got around 150 hours and it's just starting to come around. I've been talking to Rick at VD and he is suggesting replacing all my AU24 IC's and speaker cables to David cables to really hear a difference. Have you played with the IC's or speaker cables at all? How about their digital cables as well?
Burn-in is about 200-250 hrs. Should be good after that. I have version 1 but the newer Nites take even less. Rick tells me that the new David series is very close (85%) to the older version of Nites.
I can't comment much about the ICs and speaker cables 'cause I've only tried the Auditions and I didn't like them. I do, however, love the Nite digital cable. Quite background, dynamic and does vocals really well.
BTW, I did have a chance to try the Audience ICs about 10 months ago, but it didn't work too well for my system.
Just finished auditioning the Nite II on the amp and I'm sorry to say that I'm returning it. It had an incredibly low noise floor, deeper bass and pinpoint imaging. Unfortunately it also seemed to make the vocals a little lean in comparison. Didn't have the air/weight in the notes. Sounded more analytical and less musical.
Anyone have any experience with VH Flavor 4, Silent Source or Elrods. Looking to hear how these cords affect the sound so I can see how they will work with the Sim Audio Titan amp. thanks