Jim Leach wrote:
Perhaps the dental floss wire was causing enough load on the amp to keep it from operating at full potential, and now with less resistive wire, more of this accurate information is making it to the speakers, and ultimately to your ears...
ah!, this was what i was thinking, with the dental floss wire there was still bags (more-so than now i think) of great quality sound without accentuating crackling and popping, and it did'nt sound "restrained" at all
would it be dangerous to my amp if i went back to the dental floss wire?
it is designated "speaker cable" and did'nt affect volume before.
(i know it seems an insane question, going to cheaper flimsier wire and that, but i think it was much better before.)
before it sounded super accurate, but now... it's like when you have a party, and it's close friends and people you like and there's a nice atmosphere, and then later on a couple of idiots turn up, who ring their idiot mates who then wade in and trash the place and steal all the good beer
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