Duelund 16ga rca cables?

Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by DaleClark, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. JCBROOKLYN

    JCBROOKLYN Well-Known Member

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  2. JCBROOKLYN

    JCBROOKLYN Well-Known Member

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  3. JCBROOKLYN

    JCBROOKLYN Well-Known Member

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    I’m don’t think that his anything out there
    In the price range can beat this wire!
     
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  4. JCBROOKLYN

    JCBROOKLYN Well-Known Member

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    12 gauge for speakers
    16 gauge for Intocsonnectors
     
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  5. harby

    harby Forum Resident

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    I might have said the cabling of RCA interconnects matters so little, that one could use lamp cord instead of coaxial cable. I guess this is proof. Now on to the coat hanger listening tests...

    I would reserve large-gauge unshielded RCA interconnects for the correct application:

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  6. winders

    winders Music Lover

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    San Martin, CA
    I am using Duelund DCA16GA for speaker cables and Duelund DCA20GA for interconnects. I tried 16GA interconnects and preferred the 20GA. The sound was cleaner with the 20GA.
     
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  7. Drew769

    Drew769 Forum Resident

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    NJ
    I just bought a pair of Duelund RCAs from Acoustic BBQ (Grannyring) on A'gon for use with my new DAC (I think my old Kimber Timbres are overly bright and underly focused). I bought the 16 ga double run version (two sets of 16 ga conductors per side = 4 runs total..guess that means they are 8ga?). They are terminated with the KLEI Perfect Harmony plugs, which seem to grip the socket like a...well, imagine a good metaphor. They do sound great so far, especially through headphones where the additional detail in digital music I've been listening to for decades is pretty astonishing. Of course, a lot of that is the DAC itself, but as they say, "it all matters." At the prices he charges, hard to do much better.

    I plan to do some A/B testing with a pair of Grover Huffmans that I have in my system. Should be interesting.
     

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