3.5mm headphone/auxilliary cables

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PostRe: 3.5mm headphone/auxilliary cables
by Bethlehemster » Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:56 am

Preezy wrote:I'm sure Denster would tell you that you're better off getting £1,000 cables dipped in the sweet honey of a virgin's peachy pocket, but to the rest of us mortals the quality difference is imperceptible.

Not sure what I've got to do with it.

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PostRe: 3.5mm headphone/auxilliary cables
by pjbetman » Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:47 am

Sandy wrote:
pjbetman wrote:Thanks Sandy, very informative.

So, theoretically, AUX cables will vary significantly, as it's an analogue signal?


Yes but the law of diminishing returns applies. I don't think there's any point spending hundreds of pounds on cables but some people will swear they can hear the difference.

As long as the copper quality is not complete rubbish and the cable has decent shielding I can't imagine most people being able to tell the difference. If people get to the point where they're so hung up on hearing impurities in the audio then they're probably missing the point of listening to music in the first place.



I suppose if you have high end equipment, costing thousands, then it'd be advisable to buy expensive cables. Or if you're a sound engineer or something.

Thanks for all your help.

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PostRe: 3.5mm headphone/auxilliary cables
by pjbetman » Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:47 am

Denster wrote:
Preezy wrote:I'm sure Denster would tell you that you're better off getting £1,000 cables dipped in the sweet honey of a virgin's peachy pocket, but to the rest of us mortals the quality difference is imperceptible.

Not sure what I've got to do with it.



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