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Big Fish Audio Vintage Horns Ref


I've written about some rad products too, like high-end amplifiers and speakers, portable high-res players, wireless earbuds, and DACs. I've even penned longer pieces about vintage audio gear and brand histories.




Big Fish Audio Vintage Horns Ref


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Likewise, in a parallel audio universe, Mr. Shirokazu Yazaki, who has enjoyed being an audio hobbyist all his life, and a successful professional audio designer in Japan for over 40 years, found that in his vintage home audio system when he used vintage Western Electric WE16GA cable as speaker cables, and the old studio standard Belden 8402 microphone cables as interconnects, that his hifi had a much more 'real sound' tonally and musically, and if you guessed that the Western Electric WE16GA cable and Belden 8402 cable share tinned-copper conductors as a common element, you're exactly right.


Mr. Shirokazu Yazaki recommended that I try the vintage Western Electric WE16GA cable as speaker cables, and the old studio standard Belden 8402 microphone cables as interconnects, and sure enough I too thought the tinned-copper speaker cables and interconnects were better tonally and musically in my reference systems than the popular conductors used in contemporary audio, pure copper or silver.


As I began to write about my impressions of tinned-copper's tonally and musically adept nature it became so popular in certain enthusiast audio circles that the available stocks of the vintage Western Electric wire quickly sold out around the world.


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