My dad went from MIT to Audioquest and boy what an improovement, they have many models in the affordable to statement price brackets.
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I have used the T2's before and I ended up moving to Nordost Cables...althought I didn't go all nordost in my system, I still have some MIT interconnects.
The dealer I visit has thier 7-b's and 9's running on Transparent and they sound great...I have never taken any other cables in to try, but would be interested to see what some others sound like in their setup.
Happy Hunting! The best thing about the Gon is that you can always sell something you didn't like!
You should try using solid core copper lighting cable first [NOT stranded] as it costs almost nothing and many people prefer it to expensive cables.It is essentialy neutral sounding whereas other cables are contrived to sound different-and people convince themselves that it is better.
I know a bloke with seriously expensive equipment that swears by this stuff.
Do you self a favor. Read up on Virtual Dyanmics. I upgraded my speaker cables to VD replacing Transparent Super. Even their entry level stuff are great. Using VD is like doing an amp upgrade. In my case i use VD all around. I now get pure music!!! And nothing but music. What i hear i can compare to real intruments not systems. Please read up on VD. It is worth it.
You can check out my system.... I use BetterCables. I tried really really expensive ones and never heard a difference between them and cheaper, well-constructed cables. Personally, I would be really careful about wasting money on cables unless you are 100% certain you hear a stark difference while blindfolded.
I hope you don't make the same mistake I did initially and buy stuff you don't really need. You could easily put that money into better investments, such as actual playback equipment, or best yet, higher-end speakers.