arriving tomorrow, the stage III concepts vacuum gold reference interconnect...

arrrgggh, life is good ;-)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like the hose attached to my vacuum cleaner. ;-)

GCK said...

Yep, those are pretty heavy cables. It will pull down lightweight components easily. Need a lot of back space to allow the cable to curl/loop nicely. The connectors can get bend easily.
It will be nice to hear the shootout between Vacuum reference and KS emotion.Need a long time to run in this vac. reference though, so it would be sometime before Maggie can evaluate seriously.

Anonymous said...

Indeed life is good and these vacuum reference are very good indeed.

When power conditioners and filters have done their work, only the clean signal will pass through the IC/spkr conductors.

With silver conductors, the clean signal will pass through w/o the noise when using conditioners/filters. If power conditioners/filters are not at work then the noise will also passes through the silver conductor. Hence some may perceive silver as being bright.

In the case of copper conductor, w/o the use of conditioners/filters the copper may absorb some of the noise hence doing the work of the conditoners/filters. If conditoners/filters are working then the copper may rob some of the clean high hence leaving a perceived fat/bloated mid as characterized by many.

There's nothing wrong with clean power provided by RGPC, Hydras etc.

Thanks for a very good review which i think is fair and informative.

lalaiou said...

I have replaced mine with Jena lab's dreamwalker.

be care ful .It's quite flimsy!!!

Anonymous said...

Jena Labs cables.....lucky you.....must try those someday. Very interesting cables.

lalaiou said...

Anonymous,
With Jena labs cables{especially the high end ones) when auditionong do it at your peril!!!Everything else would sound second best.

maggielurva 愛美姬 said...

great, another name to watch out - jena lab. let me do my research first ;-)

Anonymous said...

Everything US??? Time to go East.
Acrolink is the brand to look out for. Made in Japan and OEM to Esoteric, the Mexcel series should be able to compete with anything in or above its price range. Anything for you to try out out one day

Anonymous said...

Oops, last sentence should be
"Acrolink is something you must try out one day"

maggielurva 愛美姬 said...

thanks, anonymous, i have been wanting to bring in acrolink for my dealer too ;-)

Anonymous said...

So how are the Stage 3 Concepts vacuum reference gold interconnects? These do not come cheap...