Sunny Components Inc,
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1370 E Cypress St Ste D,E Covina CA-91724 USA
Tel: 626-966-6259. Fax: 626-966-5467. Cell: 626-975-1353.
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Store website: www.sunnyaudiovideo.com
Some of the finest products built in America & Europe, combined with the finest service and know how and expert setup from Electrical power to the finest Audio stands, electronics speakers turntables and streaming. We stock, install and configure Roon and MQA.
We are offering 1 pair of .5 meter AudioQuest Wind XLR Interconnects for sale.
These cables were used as DEMOS in my store.
These cables retail for $1900.00
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Here's a great review.
Many interconnects inevitably add a layer of opacity to the soundstage, diminishing the sense of the performers existing “right there” between the loudspeakers. Not Wind; it conveys a full measure of presence and immediacy, while also allowing you to hear deep into the soundstage and pick out individual instruments at the back of the hall.
Similarly, the impression of wide dynamic range was heightened by Wind’s extremely quiet background. This quality allowed very fine details to emerge, particularly reverberation decay. It’s amazing to me how the apparent size of an acoustic space becomes bigger or smaller depending on the interconnect or cable in the playback system.
The bottom end was fast and agile, with no added warmth or thickness. Again, Wind isn’t the kind of interconnect you choose to push your system toward a softer or weightier sound. Rather, it’s the kind of interconnect you choose when the rest of your system includes highly resolving and transparent components, and you want to hear them at their best.
AudioQuest has developed many new and interesting cable technologies since Amazon (see sidebar). Judging from Wind’s performance, those efforts have gone a long way toward making an interconnect that seemingly vanishes from the system. Wind is a great interconnect by any measure and, though not inexpensive, is nonetheless a superb value.