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    pscottlowe

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    morrow audio cables

    Post by pscottlowe on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:06 pm

    does anyone out there use these cables? If so what do you think of them ?

    Captain Coconut

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    Re: morrow audio cables

    Post by Captain Coconut on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:37 pm

    Any company that offers a cable break-in service is ...uh...well....umm...can't say it. Rolling Eyes

    natoe

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    Re: morrow audio cables

    Post by natoe on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:54 pm

    Thats as bad as gold plated optic cables

    t8ter

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    Morrow Audio Interconnects

    Post by t8ter on Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:08 pm

    I Was curious so I tried there MA1 interconnect (entry level) and could hear a notable difference compared to other interconnects in this price category. Although they appear to be similar to CAD5 wire, they were clear and precise. I didn't purchase the additional break in option,but as stated by Mike Morrow, over time they do seem to sound better. This particular model of there interconnect sells for around $130. at times, but is offered during regular sales at $29.-$49. depending.

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    Re: morrow audio cables

    Post by Bob Latino on Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:22 am

    t8ter wrote: I Was curious so I tried there MA1 interconnect (entry level) and could hear a notable difference compared to other interconnects in this price category. Although they appear to be similar to CAD5 wire, they were clear and precise. I didn't purchase the additional break in option,but as stated by Mike Morrow, over time they do seem to sound better. This particular model of there interconnect sells for around $130. at times, but is offered during regular sales at $29.-$49. depending.

    If a cable company is offering a $130 cable "on sale" for $29 to $49 then that (IMHO) tells you the true value of the cable. The cable is probably somewhat over priced to begin with. I personally have never heard any Morrow cable so I cannot comment on their construction/sound.

    I have found two cable companies that both offer good value combined with good sound. I have used power cables, interconnects and speaker cables from both companies ..

    1. Signal Cable is based in New York state and run by Frank Dai. Power and speaker cables for my big system downstairs and speaker cables in my workshop for testing wired amps.

    2. Blue Jeans Cable is based out of Seattle, WA and offers custom built cables and also sells raw wire to make up your own cables. I used their Canare 4S11 cable to make up a bi-wire set of speaker cables with my own connectors.

    Bob

    t8ter

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    Re: morrow audio cables

    Post by t8ter on Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:36 pm

    I have a few pair of interconnects and one happens to be a pair of Blue Jeans MSA-1 which I find are great value for the price $35. I have to agree with Bob when mentioning the full price as to the "sale" price which I thought was a little sketchy when you think about it but at $29. even if buying for the RCA connectors is a good deal. The cables as I stated sounded decent, but no I wouldn't spend $130. on them or the Blue Jeans but they were (IMHO) interesting and worth the $29. [b]

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