I don't know what chart that is, but I have done some measurements: http://www.whatsbestforum.com/showth...ll=1#post19384
The post in the link explains the difference.
Were not gonna start this "cables shouldnt manipulate the sound" debate are we? Thats what some want just like tubes so to each their own. Eq's, tone controls good, cables that xan say tame a high frequency issue bad? Doesnt make sense, why buy something that doesnt affect sound? Oh wait your point is likely that they dont change sound so agree to disagree.
Now we need to contact each of the thousands of sound production companies and studios the world over and issue a "REMOVE YOUR EQ ASAP!! order.
The Lord only knows how so many engineers around the world for 50+ years could possibly have been deluded for so long about the use of EQs. Hopefully, Congress and the FTC will draft laws to preclude the manufacture, ownership and use of those acoustically evil EQs as they are a major detriment to sound production.
Next to the claims about sonic nirvana cables, cryogenic power cords, blue anti-vibration goop, and cable lifters, the anti-EQ claim is probably about the silliest "information" yet posted.
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While my question was about IC's, you brought up another question for me regarding speaker wire.
How does one measure the capacitance of a cable?
Say I had a 8 to 10 foot length of this:
Cable Type: Loudspeaker cable
Conduit: High Purity, Oxygen-free Copper
Strand count: 41 wires
Strand size: 0.254mm +/- 0.008
Twist type: Multi-twist, rope lay
Conductor resistance (20 ℃) Max: 8.62Ω/KM
Insulation resistance (20 ℃) Min: 0.75Ω/KM
How would I make sure the capacitance was low?