sodium / tungsten / magnesium, aluminum, wire?


I've been checking out wire,
sodium
tungsten
magnesium
aluminum

Could Agoners chime in on any experiences with these wires. I'm reading some
rather EYE opening things about types of wire and their, conductive, and
resistive properties. (not sure that's worded correctly). 

Sodium and magnesium in particular.
I've read along with other the benefits of Tungsten when incorporated correctly in speaker cable builds.
(that project is underway currently)
I'm wondering AGAIN, with certain dielectric combinations if there is something MORE, on the table.
Sodium wire?
Magnesium wire??

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Showing 5 responses by geoffkait

If you’re pretending to be dense you’re doing an excellent job. Of course the outcome sound generated by the speakers has a lot to do with the signal carried in the wires, all the wires, from the power cord to the fuse, to digital cable, to interconnects to speaker cables. To argue otherwise would be pretty ridiculous. And very out of touch. By the way, I never said scientists become stupid when discussing audio or that the laws of physics are different for audio. That’s what we call an illogical argument, I.e., the opposite of a valid argument.
If you think that is anything like the sound I’m talking about you need a check up. The wires carry the signal, the one that alternates at the frequency of the music. Hel-loo! Think more, don’t type. You get an A for thinking up ridiculous arguments. 
Guess what? None of those “scientific industries” involves sound. Case and mind closed. 
Just to emphasize all metals save one - lead - have directionality issues due to the deformation of the symmetrical crystal structure during manufacture. Lead has no crystal structure. Smooth sailing. Hel-loo! 🤗