Before exploring the variations possible within our cables the interconnect that sounds best in your system may be the one straight out of the box that hasn't been tuned so don't forget to spend some time with it.
Wire on Wire's high-end audio cables are constructed using our unique REDpurl™ adaptive asymmetric geometry, a sophisticated piece of hifi design, that is capable of being tuned under two major headings: Sound Staging, and Fine Tuning.
Sound staging– the cable alters the sound staging of your music as shown above. Music can be presented with the emphasis on image focus and position (shown on the left above), which is how it sounds with little or no tuning or a more immersive musical experience (shown on the right above), with enlarged images and sound stage created by tuning loops 3, 5, 8, 13, 15 for example.
The best way of exploring these ideas is to follow tuning sequences 'A' to 'F' shown in the table below. For example spacers are inserted into loops 3, 5, and 8 of our audio cable for sequence 'C'.
Fine tuning-within those sound stage presentations moving spacers in and out of the loops will fine tune your music. The table below for example indicates that with the Experience880, tuning loop 13 results in an increase in image definition on our test system as well as increasing air and space, dynamics and image size.
We have included 9 spacers for each cable because that should be enough to explore most of the cable's possibilities but also because in our experience keeping things simple works best. Download pdf on tuning a cable