With COVID and social distancing restrictions, we’re more reliant on feedback from our beta testers, other trusted individuals, and of course our customers through our 30-day approval program for our cable designs. The results have been encouraging, and there have been a few “anticipated surprises” along the way. Is there such a thing as an …
Recently, I’ve seen an increase in orders for longer interconnects. This has puzzled me – both statistically (why the change) as well as for reasons of optimum sound (why would you compromise your system).
It’s all too infrequent, that beautiful mechanical construction and good sound come in the same audio connector. It had gotten to the point where I developed a prejudice against “pretty” connectors. ETIs new power connectors are one such instance where the twin stars of beauty and function align.
I was going through my notes on the final round of cable prototypes. This was the group of cables that pointed toward the production cable, and I invited Lynn Olson over for a listen. Since Lynn has been an advocate of cotton for longer than I, I knew he’d welcome the opportunity for a comparison.
What do polyester leisure suits have to do with hi-fi cables, why are people returning to cotton underwear, and most importantly how could anyone wear such an ugly suit?