Try AntiCables. They're about 10.00/ft. Many folks have used these with great results.irish1cool said:Please suggest good but not too expensive speaker cables to connect my new denon 4806 to my Aeon i's,cinema center. Components will be about 10 feet away.
I use the T-14 on my Center Channel but have not compared it against their Q-10 version (4.00/ft vs 10.00/ft). I needed 20ft run and could not afford the Q-10 at the time. I replaced common zip cord with the T-14 and liked the improvement but anything would sound better than zip. I got spades on one end and banannas on the other. I like their bannana plug as it grips tight. The only reason I used the bananna is I also use jumpers on my center.SPEAKERNUT said:Has anyone tried D&H Labs?
If your considering Blue Jeans and a few of the others, then consider using Canare Star Quad cable. It's the same exact cable that other boutique vendors use; however, rebranded with a different jacket. Price/performance is tough to beat, especially since you can puchase all you need from a vendor like Maratek(sp?). Anyway, the moment I rewired my Aeon's to the B&K front end, imaging became unreal and the bass tightend signifiacntly. Single best bang for my buck in years. It really is amazing how fast these speakers can be with a quality cable. Seriously, I purchased about 50 feet for 35 bucks and puchased WBT connectors to clean up the look. IF you couple 2 pair, the effective gauge is roughly 11AWG.
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What type of terminators does your 8tc have? Also, if you've tried other terminators, did you notice any differences? I'm asking these questions because the bi-wires that I'm using from my old set of speakers have those angled pin connectors and I'm sure I'll get a better connection out of bananas or spades which seems to be the better choice.If I may thow my 2 cents in, I have had good success with Kimber 8tc and my Aeon is