Review: VooDoo Reference Bi-Wire Speaker cable

Category: Cables

This review is for the VooDoo Reference Bi-Wire Speaker Cable.

I purchased these speaker cables because I thought my system was lacking in the area's of imaging, resolution, clarity and dynamics. My comments, with respect to the source material used for testing, are the things that I heard and noticed while testing. The results are my opinions and were a result of my testing conditions and specific equipment used for the testing.

My source material for testing consists of the following:

The Eagles (Hell Freezes Over) – “Hotel California”
Diana Krall (Stepping Out) – “42nd Street Jazz Piano”
James Taylor (Gorilla) – “How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You”

Components used for this testing:

Sunfire Theater Grand II Pre-Amp
Sunfire Cinema Grand II Amp
Klipsch KLF-20 Speakers

The source material for this review was specifically picked out because of my familiarity with it and also because it really challenges an audio system.

The first song I started listening to was The Eagles (Hell Freezes Over) – “Hotel California.”

I was amazed at how my system became more powerful yet at the same time it became easier, more controlled. The soundstage expanded and at the same time became more detailed. The imaging of their voices presented themselves right in front of me as if I was sitting 10 rows back from center stage. The bass came across with authority and tightness. There is no doubt that the VooDoo Reference speaker cables elevated the musical presentation.

I then started listening to Diana Krall (Stepping Out) – “42nd Street Jazz Piano.”

This is clearly a song with a vast amount of details. The improved transparency gave way to incredible separation between all of the instruments; it was like being enveloped in a 3-dimensional spatial ambience. The clarity throughout the song, from the top end to the bottom end, can be described as accurate and detailed. The piano might as well have been in my room from the way it sounded. Each note was clearly pronounced and I almost couldn’t believe how distinctly I was hearing it!

The last song I listened to was James Taylor (Gorilla) – “How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You.”

With the VooDoo Reference speaker cables, there was a noticeable improvement in details and resolution. His voice and guitar seemed so real and alive in my room. Every note that was strummed on is guitar was crystal clear and smooth. His voice was crisp like the fall air.

The VooDoo Reference Bi-Wire speaker cables brought new life into my system. I’m very satisfied with the addition of the VooDoo Reference Bi-Wire speaker cable in my system! The VooDoo Reference speaker cables are very well built and demonstrate a high degree of pride, craftsmanship and commitment. I’m certain that I will own more VooDoo products throughout my audio journey!

I agree! I bought these and several other power cables since from audiovault and was completely blown away by them, and the power cables. I think that Voodoo is a very well kept secret! I am going to go with it for my entire system.

My system:

Dwin DLP
Krell Showcase pre-pro
Krell Showcase HT amp
Denon dv-5900 (Dan Modwright modified)
Dali Helicon (entire 5.1 system)
HT magic interconnect (soon to be Voodoo reference)
Voodoo silver digital
BPT Sig: 3.4
(4) Voodoo Tesla's
Voodoo Reference Bi-wire speaker cables (front 3)

Bruce is the deal!
Voodoo power cords are great!
I have the Black Dragon and the Gold Dragon.
Great build quality and great sound.
They reside in my system with Elrod signatures and
Shunyata power cords. They are that good.
I was very suprised!

Is this supposed to be an independent review, or an interview with the manufacturer?