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Is that the one you mean? Conclusion These days it seems that many audio companies are improving their products toward a common goal: Terminated Speaker Cable 3 Metre Pair. This is of course not Rocket science.
AudioQuest Rocket 88
I am not sure if 1 week is enough for these cables, but I must say that I did not hear a whole lot of difference between the very first moment of connection and the sound 1 week later.
So please mention to audioqeust staff that you’ve seen them online.
I think you may need to look further, rockt for your system and taste perhaps avoid solid core cables and go with stranded ones. Skyline Hybrid is a different price category and has a completely different sound. The vdH however has more open treble and sounds more fluid and airy, and has lighter, less solid bass. In other words, there are also cables that are highly detailed but without being hard in the midrange.
The Double Star-Quad construction of Rocket 88 cables results in better dynamic audioqkest and information intelligibility than the same conductors run in parallel. As I was happy to note, the Castle Rock also improves on the Rocket 88 in terms of treble air and -flow and even if its solid core nature will not make the cable sound like the airiest of competing litze designs, its balance is just what the doctor ordered for this setup.
Piano and percussive instruments sound ever so audioquuest, and very LIVE. In any event the biggest difference was in the amplifier warming up during the first hour. I did not have the two in house at the same time so could not make direct comparisons, but I have a feeling that the Hi End is a little extra smooth and the Supreme is a little more accurate.
Lastly, I mentioned in the Rocket 88 alinea how the cable made me feel like the Devialet had attained part of the Accuphase E bass, and luckily this also goes for the Castle Rock. Both cables sound quite transparent to me despite the obvious tonal differences. The Go-4 is the more audiophile choice with more natural timbre, sharper transients, more articulate bass and better focusing.
This minimises both energy storage in the insulation and the multiple nonlinear time-delays that occur. To my surprise it also sounded very good right from the start. SST is a method of reducing the awareness of these character flaws by using a precise combination of different sized conductors.
Even cold from the box, all the AudioQuest cables simply refused to sound harsh or shrill.
AudioQuest GO4, Rocket 88 & Castle Rock Speaker Cables
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The 3 cables were connected successively, so this did take some time. I imagine that the cable would work very well when combined with many English speaker brands that have a warm, smooth midrange. We’re here to help you get it right” – Simon.
Pure copper vs pure silver is not a clear cut case. Some of our web prices are cheaper than in-store.
All insulation slows down the signal on the conductor inside. Thank you for your feedback.
Notify me when new comments are added check your spam folder. The Van den Hul Skyline Hybrid. I have a silver terminated Rocket 88 and it sounds exactly how you explain it with the Castle Rock.
Amplifier used was a Devialetwhich is handy because it is a streaming endpoint, DAC, preamp and power amp all in one.
It depends on the geometry, material mix and plating. It is said that this is actually a function rocjet the DBS system. These days it seems that many audio companies are improving their products toward a common goal: