Excellent condition highly rated 1M Less Loss XLR interconnects. For high end on a budget, these will do very well.
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From Mono and Stereo Review:
Within very high end audio systems, the importance of proper cabling
solutions become even more crucial. Here we’re dealing with the most
subtle energy of all. The delicate nature of music. We cannot speak only
in terms of measurable parameters here. There is that undeniable extra
part that sets a mediocre cable apart from a cable of substance and this
is where Louis Motek’s intuition and skill took a substantial leap
forward yet again.
So, yes. The LessLoss Homage To Time interconnects were born of
experience by a mature designer, come with the undeniable LessLoss DNA
and, most importantly, with sonic performance that not only convinces,
but convinces in strides.
year we are seeing more and more cabling solutions flooding the market.
It’s not even easy to keep up with their names, much less consider
practical testing. Often I’ve been asked to provide advise on cabling,
system setup, synergy, etc. There is no ultimate answer when it comes to
making a dedicated system truly perform at a heart-felt level, but one
can always rely on safe and obviously potent performers. As proven over
the years, LessLoss is continuing with their steady focus and release of
new products that always draw attention with their logic and reliable
performance that can be witnessed by both seasoned as well as brand new
For what the LessLoss Homage to Time XLR balanced interconnect achieves
and at what price point it does this, I’m garlanding it with two awards
at once. These cables more then deserve both our Highly Recommended and
Best Buy awards. This is the first product Mono And Stereo has ever
given both awards at once to, and in doing so we want to make a clear
statement as to what high level they perform at and how well they’re