TARA LabsOMEGA EdgeThe TARA Labs OMEGA speaker cable is one of the most renowned cable components in the High End. For example, both Michael Fremer (Stereophile) and Jonathan Valin (The Absolute Sound) use the Tara O...3900.00
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The TARA Labs OMEGA speaker cable is one of the most renowned cable components in the High End. For example, both Michael Fremer (Stereophile) and Jonathan Valin (The Absolute Sound) use the Tara Omega series speaker cables in their reference systems.
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It is an awesome product. Each run is comprised of 168 individual Rectangular Solid Core conductors where each conductor is isolated in its own Glass Microsphere- Infused dielectric tube. As a result the effective gage of the Omega is stunning 6+ AWG.
Since the this very large conductor size is built up using fine gage Rectangular Solid Core conductors, the Omega speaker cable is able to deliver exceptional clarity and stunning detail to the speakers. All that in addition to its immense low frequency power delivery due to the 6+ AWG gage.
The Omega speaker cable has interchangeable spade lugs for both the speaker and amplifier connections. The spades have threaded ends which screw into the threaded holes in solid terminator at the end of each cable. I will include two types of spade lugs: one set is slightly angled with respect to the cable axis and the other set is straight.
I am rating the speaker cable condition to be 8/10. Nobody in my family smokes, therefore, no cigarette smoke contamination. Our cat is not allowed into the listening room. My wife and I are retired (we receive Social Security) so no little kids are around to step on or otherwise damage the cables.
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Of course, the spade lugs have seen some wear, otherwise the cables are in very good condition.
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