We are offering a 60% off the new cables desired as your trade up credit. See the program on the website under “trade-up” www.morrowaudio.com
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For the doubters out there, this is similar to how Ethernet cable is manufactured. The difference between, say, CAT3 and CAT6 are how tightly twisted the pairs of data wires are. The tighter wrap provides more RFI rejection, which allows faster data transmission due to less interference. (It’s referred to as “common mode rejection.”)
My budget is such that I can’t afford to go much higher in the Morrow line at the moment, but I’m enjoying the Morrow cables I own right now on my phono stage (both the interconnect from the tonearm, and the interconnect from phono stage to preamp).