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post #31 of 34 Old 03-12-2013, 12:18 PM
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Nordost has put in some extensive engineering R&D and manufacturing capability over the years. It manufactures all of its cables -- including extruding its own wire -- in a plant in Ashland, Massachusetts

Cu stock from who knows where, but I'd be amazed if Nordost smelts its own.

Strictly supplying data as I have no dog in this fight. All my cables came from BJ or Monoprice.
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I have the Aconda and it is a great tube display but my next set will be a fixed pixel device.
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Loewe was designed by the Germans. It was developed to compete w/ the Sony XBR CRT.
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This argument about Nordost cables might have mattered in 2006 - but today with the prevalence of digital, it seems a bit anachronistic.
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