I am considering the purchase of an Exposure 2010s amp and was wondering about appropriate cables. The Stereophile review by Art Dudley states:
Interestingly, a key change from the 2010 to the 2010S involved replacing the older model's 50k-ohm volume pot with a 20k-ohm unit: a seemingly insignificant change, but one that served to linearize the product's upper-range frequency response, because this is an integrated amp with a passive preamp stage: The music signal goes straight from the volume pot to the amplifier's power section. Accordingly, the input impedance of the 2010S is lower than average, which may force the prospective owner to be more cautious than usual when it comes to choosing source components and interconnects.
I am wondering what kinds of cables should be considered. From an online search I found someone that mentioned low capacitance and high inductance cables as a need for this amp. Would this be correct?
Right now I am using Atlas cables, and from reading their website they seem to believe in cables with these qualities. So as long as these qualities are the ones I should be looking for then I would guess Atlas should work.
Any guidance would be appreciated!