You could consider the Blue Circle BC92. Blue Circle's Gilbert Yeung is a Martin Logan owner and uses then as his reference to design his gear.
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I admit that my opinion can be biased by the fact that I am the distributor of HMS Grand Finale cables here in the US.
But I own Martin Logan speakers myself and have tested at least 30 different cable brands with these speakers and would have bought, regardless of price and brand, the product which I felt, would have complimanted my speakers best. (I could have afforded the Valhalla)
The only cables, which I found to work best in my system were the HMS Grand Finale. It's is the fastest, most detailed speaker cable there is, the price is very reasonable and by having the chance to change the current rise time in 12 to 16 settings (it is a patented desgin, so nobody can copy it) anybody can fine tune cables and speakers to an unheard of degree. For the first time you will realize how much distortion was in the signal before the current rise time adjustments would get rid of it.
A lot has been written about these cables, so anybody can do a search for HMS and everybody can read here at Audiogon or over at www.audioasylum.com at the cables forum, why onwers of these cables praise the Grand Finale the way they do.
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I have tried harmonic tech and liked the sound, but prefer my cheaper alphacore goertz MI2 biwire cables. They seem to soften the somewhat dry and analytical sound of the logans (quest z's). Associated equipment include EAD PM 2000, which I love, a sub-standard marantz DVD player, and a sub-standard Yamaha DSP 3090 (Can't affort to upgrade yet). Hope this helps.
Hi Armando...Lots of choices out there. I've tried alot of cables as many others have. After all these trials, I came across the Acoustic Zen Satori. After only a few minutes of casual listening, I knew I had to have a pair. You would think the 10" woofer in my Quest Z's would put out some pretty good bass. I was somewhat dissappointed until I tried the Satori. What a tremendous difference! Outstanding bass definition, detail and punch. Soundstage became wider and deeper along with increased resolution and pinpoint imaging of instruments and vocals. These cables make music very realistic and a true pleasure to listen to. I give them my highest recommendation.