Whether you are about to buy cables or want to have a go at making them yourself., understanding how conductors sound in their various configurations creates a logical approach to choosing the right cable for your system, and listening to different presentations educates us all about our musical tastes, says the lastest press release from Wire On Wire.
However, you don’t have to use different cables to do it. At this year’s North West Audio Show Wire on Wire will have their Experience880 interconnects tuned to two reference presentations, the ‘Studio’ and the ‘Stage’ (shown above), to demonstrate how it’s possible to find ‘your’ sound.
Paul Messenger writing in HiFi Critic in 2018 observed in his review, “Happily I can report that the Wire on Wire spacers do work and create worthwhile differences between the various versions I tried.”
But they didn’t develop a new concept in cables overnight, say Wire On Wire. Instead, it’s taken years of research using cables such as those shown above. “They may look very similar and, indeed, their conductors are all silver-plated copper, but they certainly don’t sound the same”. Wire on Wire’s Chris Bell will be demonstrating how questions thrown up by their performance led to the development of his highly distinctive REDpurl™ Adaptive Geometry.
Wire On Wire will also have on show their new Experience880-Balanced interconnect, which can also be tuned to get the best out of any audio system.
They say they are looking forward to sharing their research with you at the show and will be having two demos on each of the North West Audio Show days in the Fleming room, where you can also see for the first time the new Ayal loudspeaker from 3 SquareAudio.
Times for the presentations will be released later, but put a date in your diary for Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June, De Vere Cranage Estate in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire.