CEntrance Reserve Series Speaker Cables
CEntrance Reserve Series Speaker Cables
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With a solid build that lives up to the CEntrance name, the Reserve Series speaker cables feature polyethylene insulation on the inside and a polyester grain finish on the outside—delivering strong environmental protection in a sleek package that'll stand the test of time. Using patented MultiBraid technology, these copper cables offer incredibly high reproduction accuracy, and the gold-plated terminals feature low connection impedance Read More

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norby
3
May 8, 2020
Yo DROP! When are my cables shipping?!
DenonFanboy
781
Mar 28, 2020
Interested but sadly not long enough for my system
DenonFanboy
781
Apr 8, 2020
Man.. cables are the last thing to purchase, not build a system based on the cables lol
Not at all insinuating one should build a system on cables, just pointing out mono's don't have to cost an arm, leg and a kidney.
Laurent1
1
Mar 27, 2020
Hi y a t il bien des cables pour 2 speakers? Thanks
Rowdy2026
199
Mar 28, 2020
I agree....for $50 the speakers should be included. 😎
Mwinkc
9
Mar 8, 2020
I was interested in these cables in spite of the degradation caused by adding the screw-on banana plug. But then I read the information and that turned me off to the company completely. "Bass frequencies travel in a solid central 12 AWG core conductor, which is surrounded by six stranded cores. These outside conductors carry the mid and high frequencies, resulting in solid imaging, enhanced sound staging, and true signal clarity." That's insane! Are they saying they have an online crossover? If they did, the single contact banana plug would put frequencies all together again anyways. They look like nice cables but the hype, made-up physics and illusions of snake oil surrounding them makes me lose trust in anything that company says.
We sent stock to them over a month ago. Not sure what's happening at their warehouse, may be some lockdown related delays? Their warehouse is in NJ... Please check with them, at this point that seems best.
norby
3
May 14, 2020
Crazy. Been trying. No response, can’t even get them to cancel the order. Wow!
Kolbaskin
0
Mar 6, 2020
Hello friends, what is the country of manufacture ?
AK7579
2
Mar 6, 2020
I have an old marantz receiver and banana plugs won’t work for speaker connections. Are there pin connectors that could be screwed in to replace the banana plugs?
GreatMagician
131
Mar 6, 2020
$50 for pair or one cable 🤔
Jakob
219
Mar 28, 2020
Each are 2.5 m.
Dynaway
4
Mar 28, 2020
thank u....i am now waiting for the cables to be delivered to me...
Hearst
124
Mar 5, 2020
it's the year 2020 and idiots are still whining about cables and throwing around their idiotic "snake-oil" judgments... griping at somebody because they want to spend $50 on a nice pair of speaker cables by this time is fucking infantile.
audible
533
Mar 19, 2020
some guy has just spent thousands on his system and has it dialed and now wants to spend $50 to $100 on some speaker cables and he is bound to be assailed by the internet dipshitz. you know, the guys that talk about physics or Electronics like they actually know anything more than just what they read on the internet...real astrophysicists these guys... posturing like they really know ...they really know...pfft.
kenwstr
92
Mar 5, 2020
Look, at $50 you can't argue with this deal. For those who think that cables like this are snake oil, there are 3 electrical properties in cables that are known to affect sound, impedance, inductance and capacitance. The 1st primarily affects insertion loss and impedance matching, while the other 2 affect frequency based filtering. All these properties need to be low in a speaker cable. The idea is to get impedance low enough to be insignificant to impedance matching between the amp and drivers and to push low pass the filter frequency beyond the audible range. Impedance is basically a function of wire gauge and material while the other 2 are influenced by gauge, distance between conductors, dielectric constant of the insulator and construction. In construction, a twisted pair or conductors is better than a flat cable like common zip chord. Well, that's basically it. The problem is that when audio engineers talk about snake oil, they are not talking about zip chord vs twisted pair, they are talking about pro quality twisted pair speaker cable vs boutique cables costing thousands. This is a very significant and relevant context to the snake oil comments. If your not convinced, It's only $50 to find out for yourself.
audible
533
Mar 5, 2020
....lot's of people are saying...blah blah blah...
heysplangy
208
Mar 5, 2020
hahaha. where have we heard that before?
deadwax
21
Mar 5, 2020
While $300 may be excessive, this seems like a solid buy for $50.
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