You mean you ain't never been DUP'd? Even with all the absurd claims in the bizzaro world of high end voodo tweaks and stuff? One pair of AQ wires, changed me forever, all BS.
Quote:You mean you ain't never been DUP'd?
Unfortunately, we all get dup'd multiple times whenever we try to discuss anything on this forum. Here we are discussing PA speakers on a thread that has nothing to do with PA speakers. This thread, like so many before it, has gone to shit because of you and I assume you're proud of that fact. Nothing ever gets accomplished here because we're constantly getting dup'd by someone who can't read or reason. And, "you dope", you're the one who brought up PA speakers. Keep up, for God's sake!
What do you listen to, if 30 ga wire is making it sound better, back to teh issue!!! What is your 30 gauge hooked in...I gotta know, really really really
I told you what my current speakers are. My amplifiers are two McIntosh MC240's. If you don't like my amps or my speakers, tough, it has nothing to do with your idiotic ideas about hifi. I suspect I heard live music more recently than you (yesterday, eight feet from the musicians) and more people would want to buy my amps for way more than they sold for new than would pay for yours in a junk store. My system doesn't blow fuses or even require fuses for the speakers because they're efficient and cohesive. In short, my system works better and sounds better than yours. Nyahhhh! I know I hear better than you.
If you did I didn't see it, or maybe don't recall, what Speakers now, tell me.
Zigmahornets and a subwoofer. Actually, two subwoofers, both transmission line as are the Hornets.
See, you don't pay attention to what other people post.
I'm always suspicious of Mr. DellaSala's articles as they tend to have an agenda behind them. However, the article as it stands, and as I read it, would appear to suggest my 30 gauge speaker cable should have no significant effect on damping factor or system frequency response.