Discussion in 'Home Theater and Stereo' started by DYohn, Aug 15, 2017.
Might be worth a try. The price is certainly good. Monoprice Monolith cables
Hmmm...peaks my curiosity. Have always been very satisfied with Monoprice interconnects. Best bang for the money, IMO.
Looks nice for the money. Connectors can cost a fortune. On my top two systems the 2 pair of RCA connectors alone list for $300.
I love Monoprice. I'd venture to say that all my cables are Monoprice and I've never had an issue.
I'm tempted to try out the amp
It certainly looks like very well made with shielding. I could use a shorter interconnect between the receiver and the power amp. Unfortunately, 3ft is just about a foot short and 6ft is what I have now. The following is from their description -
Patented Cable Technology
Two different solid OFC conductor gauges for best Bass and Midrange optimization
Flat OFC conductor for superior Midrange reproduction
OFC Spiral ribbon conductors provide maximum treble definition without harshness
How does the Bass, Midrange and Treble frequencies know which wire to travel through? IMO it's sad that they succumbed to the unscientific mumbo jumbo.
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