I have a lot of Pangea cords. Yes, they are well made. Without adequate software, the operating systems — as well as all applications — are unable to find or use the audio device. I don’t think I need to break the bank on PC’s for subs so I’m looking for good enough to do the trick I agree that for my purposes if I had to order it again, I would have tried a long AC for the bedroom system amp. You may or may not hear a difference compared to the stock cords that come with your subs however I’ve also seen that upgrading the wall socket makes a massive difference in cord stability.
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Logged poseidonsvoice Full Member Posts: I have a lot of Pangea cords. I agree that for my purposes if I had to order it again, I would have tried a long AC for the bedroom system amp.
I originally bought a longer – I think 2M one for my Bryston 3BST which drives the left and right channel in the bedroom and there is a big chest right where I need to turn the cord pic below. I use the 9s on amps, receiver, one preamp, and 14s on the rest.
Realtek AC 97 Audio Driver. Big Red Machine on 19 Feb Anyway, this is not a problem for the longer 9s.
So a short 0. Thought I heard a phone ringing for the first time in Kind of Blue.
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They are all feeding high current Legacy coda monoblocs. How flexible are these? No complaints for the kind of money I dished out. I need to fix that situation with better quality wall sockets soon. Right now, the outlets are right behind their respective amps which causes a more severe bend radius if I push my stand too close to the wall.
I have to push them into the wall audoo often. It still takes a good bend radius, but not bad.
The Audio Advisor Summer sale flyer has them on the back page, however the store does not yet have any in stock. I didn’t aufio attempt a diy design as it would be more expensive for me to do it. You’re absolute right that it needs a big bend radius as it’s just somewhat flexible. Sharper and better color. There are much better cables out there Art but for a sub I would think they would do the trick.
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Realtek AC 97 Audio Driver for Windows 7 is licensed as freeware for Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system without restrictions. I also tried a couple of their HDMI cables and found them an excellent value as well.
There is a big difference zc9 a 10 gauge cord like Signal Cable’s and a 7 gauge cord.
Pete, you kind of read my mind on my working theory. I thought it was as good as my home made one.
They are surprisingly flexible for a cable that is almost 1″ in diameter, but they are not flexible enough. Without adequate software, the operating systems — as well as all applications — are unable to find or use the audio device.
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I am not using it now. Sorry Art, I guess I was just wishing it were bigger! While it is sitting in a closet upstairs, I don’t mind entertaining local offers of sale or trade. A 7 gauge ca9 that doesn’t cost a bundle, and is flexible to boot?
Only from one and a half meter or longer can you twist it about the axis at one end and the cord is happy. As for flexibility, what more do you fellas want for a 7 gauge cord that is?