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TDK, Japan ( PCOCC Speaker Cable ) / Made in Japan


Single Crystal PCOCC ( 6n, 99.9999% )
Bi Wire Speaker Cable
( Also can be used as Single Wire )

Price : Bht 750 / metre
One rate EMS : Bht 70 ต่อครั้ง

Interested, pls call

Tel : 086 588 4290


Re : PCOCC 6N ( 99.9999 % ) แดงผลึกเดี่ยว

SUPARP (อ่าน 670 | ตอบ 5 ) (19/12/2555 17:59:27) ลบกระทู้
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SUPARP (19/12/2555 17:59:57)
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PCOCC Copper ( above ) vs General Copper ( Below )

SUPARP (19/12/2555 18:00:44)
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Review

" Out of the box the TDK wire was easy on the ears. The sound was big full and robust; clearly this cable was living life to the fullest. As time progressed the speaker cable underwent a gradual change, becoming refined and genteel as the hours slipped on by. After a hundred hours the tonal balance evened out, the treble opened up significantly, and the lower registers gained weight and definition. Throughout the break in process the TDK wire was always pleasant to listen to, and the end result was definitely worth the wait.

Recreating the human voice, or the piano is a difficult task for cables. Often wire is tripped up by these demands, and reveals their nature by allowing the music to become gritty and harsh. This type of behavior never afflicted the TDK cable, even when asked to reproduce these two characteristics simultaneously. The opening piano passage to Mary Chapin Carpenters "Why Walk When You Can Fly" [Stones In The Road; Columbia CK 84327] has remarkable warmth, body, and clarity. The final piano notes fade away, and Carpenters' vocals are painted on a black canvas of silence. Her voice is dark and melodic, with a smoothness that does not obscure the emotion behind the music. The TDK speaker wire gets to the essence of this song, and unobtrusively holds its own in a high performance audio system.

When given the task of reproducing a complex recording, the TDK wire will still get the job done. Typically, big band jazz music has a wide array of instruments, huge dynamic swings, and an upbeat tempo that places significant demands on all components within an audio system. An arrangement of "Airegin" by the GRP All-Star Big Band [GRP All Star Big Band; GRP Records GRD-9672] is a difficult piece of music for an wire to the entire spectrum correct, but the TDK wire did basically just that. Horns had sharpness and dynamics, yet still contained the warmth that is consistent with brass instruments. The drum section had snap and impact, yet maintained the inherent transparency to a well recorded drum kit. The bass line had authority, and was instilled with tone and texture. The TDK wire does not know it is supposed be flawed, it is a rare instance when the cable gets the entire music spectrum correct.

Ohno Continuous Cast copper wire is considered to be some of the finest wire in the world; so the excellent performance of the TDK speaker cable is not surprising. What is unusual is the affordable price they are selling this cable for. This speaker wire has become my personal yardstick for what wire should hope to achieve. The TDK cable performs all the audiophile tasks exceedingly well. More importantly, this speaker wire presents the emotional side of music, allowing the listener to experience the proper blend of tonal balance and harmonic texture. I find this cable to be easy on the ears, and am in no hurry to pull it out of my system.[2] For the audio hobbyist who is being frugal with their money, I would have to say this is one of the better choices you can make with your audio dollars. " John Hoffman

SUPARP (19/12/2555 18:01:27)
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Bi Wire Use

SUPARP (19/12/2555 18:04:05)
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Single Wire Use


Tel : 086 588 4290

SUPARP (19/12/2555 18:04:45)