You would be better off with a cartridge upgrade than wasting money on a cable. Unlike with a cable you can actually hear an improvement!
Replacement RCA cable for Systemdek Turntable.
I'm trying to find a replacement RCA cable for a systemdek IIX turntable. I would like to improve on the ones currently installed. There appears to be a Linn "T-Kable" available for this, but it is very expensive and would like to find a more reasonably priced alternative... Does anyone have any experience with this, or know of a good quality cable that will plug in to this deck? Thanks for any help in advance.
Not sure which model of cable you need for your deck but would suggest AudioSensibility for their high quality good value phono cables offered with RCA or various Jico phono plugs depending on what you have/need. They offer a range of products in OCC copper and silver.
It's $12/foot the best Cardas/Litz
There are less expensive as well there:
@jimsharpe - I replaced the cable on my old Rega II turntable and the improvement was well worth it
I’ve since replaced the Rega Arm with an Audiomods arm with a one piece harness and again the improvements were well worth the cost
So from my perspective upgrading your cables will bring significant improvements for what is a relatively easy upgrade.
Then you would be able to hear what a cartridge replacement would do for your system, but without good cables you are only hearing a small fraction of the music on that cherished piece of vinyl
Take a look at Zavfino phono cables (similar to the Lynn "T" cable), Starting with the...
Regards - Steve