BRISE AUDIO ASUHA REF.2 REVIEW

January 16, 2021 § Leave a comment

The overall strength and flexibility of the cable are really good. This isn’t the most flexible cable you would see, because of the no-compromise approach, but judging the materials and considering the fact that this actually is an 8-wire cable,  this level of flexibility is actually a success. Looks-wise I think Brise Audio cables look quite charismatic and more serious than most. It particularly looks great with Custom IEMs in my opinion. One particular detail I liked is the cable slider which is made from genuine wood. It’s such a great and classy touch to this full black design.

KIMBER KABLE NAKED INTERCONNECTS $12,700 – REVIEW

January 11, 2021 § Leave a comment

A final emotional release of nearly all experience while skinny dipping is guilt. When you’re naked out in the open, you are violating a cultural taboo. Also, unless you’re a world-class athlete or a Victoria’s Secret model, you probably aren’t the most comfortable with the looks of your naked body. Similarly, I experienced guilt while reviewing the Naked interconnects. My guilt was out of a feeling of unworthiness. Hey, these cables are top-of-the-line equipment. While I do have a nice system, none of the components in it match the Naked interconnects for elite status. Despite that disparity, I certainly heard the differences they made and my system is better because of them. I feel really lucky to review equipment for Enjoy the Music.com. With the Naked interconnects I feel even luckier.

New Woo Audio First Look & Unboxing

December 30, 2020 § Leave a comment

Kimber Kable Naked Interconnects $12,700 Review

December 22, 2020 § Leave a comment

“Another thing you experience while you’re dog-paddling au naturale is a sense of vulnerability. You are exposed to any of the creatures lurking in the depths of the water or to any unwelcome advances by your fellow swimmers. In this case, you, the listener, are not the vulnerable one, but your system. Some cabling is good at smoothing over the rough edges of sound reproduction, but not the Nakeds. If you want to hear the characteristics of your equipment, these are the ones for you. Luckily, I have been able to choose equipment that lacks any sort of hard edge or sounds too “detailed.” Such equipment might not be a good fit. As a reviewer, I am regularly swapping out components for review. With the Naked interconnects in place, I was able to immediately detect any differences. In one case, a simple swap of two small-signal tubes made a huge difference in the sound of the system. They are that revealing.

Seperate Power Plants or long power cables?

December 18, 2020 § Leave a comment

BRISE AUDIO YATONO RH2+ REVIEW

December 8, 2020 § Leave a comment

The 2-pin connectors are more rounded than some other cables and they have blue & red markings for left & right, together with Brise Audio logos. They look pretty nice and complementary to the rest of the design and they also feel rock solid to me. In this Yatono model, they have a gray painting to reflect this particular series.

One thing I really liked though is the memory wire area. The memory wire is short with a good balance between flexibility and stiffness. Also, the material on the memory wire is soft, so it doesn’t bother your ear with its presence, even with long listening periods. This is critical for my experience with aftermarket cables.

Another exceptional detail for the memory wire is that Brise Audio uses a slim titanium rib for bending the memory part around the ear. Also, the tips of that titanium rib are twisted to prevent any tearing problems with the wire (which happens with some stock or aftermarket cables), and also for the users’ health. The attention to detail here is astounding.

Nordost Frey 2 Speaker Cables $3069 Review

October 22, 2020 § Leave a comment

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Continuing with the generalities in the loom’s broadest sense, I enjoyed the detail the cables revealed in recordings of all types. If you have quality equipment, the cables will neither detract nor amplify elements, but offer a musical hand in keeping with the accompanying designer’s topology. My Jeff Rowland Continuum S2 is Class D, but Jeff Rowland Class D. Smooth as butter. A too revealing cable can give a clinical soundstage game away easily. With the Frey 2, the sweetness that is an important and sometimes elusive character trait of Rowland’s superior circuit remains; the same when the Frey 2 loom was attached to the Icon ST 40 MkIV Integrated Amplifier. When in Ultralinear mode, the cables did not get in the way of a clear soundstage and powerful dynamics yet allowed the Triode circuit’s nature, beautiful and uncoloured, to shine on my favorite, intimate repertoire. ”

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Synergistic Research Foundation Cable Review

September 13, 2020 § Leave a comment

New Kharma Exquisite and Enigma Veyron Interlinks.

May 28, 2020 § Leave a comment

Wireworld Silver Eclipse Series 8 Speaker Wire and Interconnect Speaker $3100/2m Review

February 18, 2020 § Leave a comment

http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/wireworld-silver-eclipse-series-8-speaker-wire-and-interconnect/

In the final analysis, when we upgrade audio cable we demand that it not only extends current system performance but also supports the next stage of component upgrades. Silver Eclipse certainly allows for a lot of growth. That said, you don’t need to read between the lines to gather my fondness for Silver Eclipse Series 8. Even with the weighty track record that Wireworld brings to the table, SE8’s performance elicited musicality of an order that exceeded my expectations and at a price that might strike terror into fancier offerings from outside the Wireworld ecosystem. This was true excellence and musicality in every regard.”

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