Monster cable

Discussion in 'Accessories, Cables, and Remotes' started by mofet_n, Jun 11, 2003.

  1. mofet_n

    mofet_n Extra

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  2. Chu Gai

    Chu Gai Lead Actor

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    To borrow a page from Bill Clinton, it depends what your definition of better is. With regards to being THX certified, no one has any idea what that certification means as a specification has never been published for public consumption. One could, I imagine, determine the L/C/R (inductance/capacitance/resistance) values for several THX certified cables and reverse analyze this.

    If you're looking for an audible difference between the two wires, I can't imagine a reason why there'd be one. Armed with this, it's up to you to justify spending more, less, or looking at alternative solutions.
     
  3. Jason.Soko

    Jason.Soko Stunt Coordinator

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    I bet my $35/100ft Sound King wires sound just about the same [​IMG]
     
  4. Jon_Welker

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    Yeah, I just made an executive decision yesterday for the purchasing department of Welker Home Theater, Inc. Monster Cable is no longer recognized as a preferred vendor due to outrageous pricing and shady sales practices.
     

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