$70,000 in cables anyone?

highfigh

highfigh

Audioholic Overlord
Cable cooker...

It reads like he really believes this crap. Wow.
If he really wants to cook them, he could just connect an 8 Ohm load resistor at one end and a power cord at the other, so he can plug it into an outlet. It's not even 8000W- they should handle that, right?
 
ATLAudio

ATLAudio

Full Audioholic
See how many very good performances you have been already getting. You would have missed them for a full year! :rolleyes: At that price, they definitely shouldn't need a brake-in period! o_O They should break them in before putting them on the market! :rolleyes::rolleyes:

It certainly raises the question why you still need "burn/break/warm-in" time and use cable elevators at $70k...
 
Verdinut

Verdinut

Audioholic Samurai
If he really wants to cook them, he could just connect an 8 Ohm load resistor at one end and a power cord at the other, so he can plug it into an outlet. It's not even 8000W- they should handle that, right?
With an 8 ohm resistor connected to a 120 volt line, it would only draw 15 amps which means 1800 watts: I = V/R
 
mtrycrafts

mtrycrafts

Audioholic Slumlord
If he really wants to cook them, he could just connect an 8 Ohm load resistor at one end and a power cord at the other, so he can plug it into an outlet. It's not even 8000W- they should handle that, right?
Better be a good sized resistor, no?;):D
 

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