"Coming from the cable as thick as vacuum hose arena...I was stunned, I listened for hours...Best analogy I can come up with is my system which used to sound like a hot muggy day in August. Now it sounds like a beautiful, crisp fall day; the veil has been lifted...Highly recommended and for the price can not be beat. - Tom T.
GOLDEN PARALLEL SPEAKER CABLES
Specifically configured to be our best-sounding wire for runs longer than 16', Golden Parallel uses the same silver-plated, high-purity copper conductor as our Golden Helix. The only difference is the + and conductors run parallel and spaced apart, not tightly twisted together. Using Golden Parallels for rear channel speakers will unfold the soundstage behind you, the quietest cinematic details will gain crystal clarity, and music will gain presence and punch. We encourage you to compare them head-to-head against Anti-Cables, Monster, Audioquest, Kimber, Nordost, Harmonic Technology, etc. Youll hear an immediate improvement in realism, dynamics, and detail. 30-day money back.
CUSTOM TERMINATIONS: On all our speaker cables we offer pure, unplated copper spade lugs (unplated always sounds better than silver, gold or rhodium plating) for $5.00 per termination or our own proprietary minimalist banana plugs (guaranteed to sound better than $80 silver Eichmanns) for $7.50 per termination. The latter will fit Naim jacks. This is a non-refundable service charge. To order custom-terminated speaker cables, please call 1-888-236-2753.
OUR RECOMMENDATION: Whenever possible, connect our cables using their prepared, bare wire ends without extra terminations. This will be your least-expensive, best-sounding option. Unlike stranded-wire speaker cables, our solid-core conductor does not fray--and, once bent into a J-hook, is just as convenient as a spade. Even though our offered terminations are the least intrusive-sounding spades and bananas available, they still do not sound quite as good as making a simple, bare WIRE connection to your speaker/amp binding post, screw terminal, et al.