Originally Posted by Aquarian09
Thanks for asking me finally
anyway, I dont get into any kind of debates/arguments actually. My doubt was simple and you guys made it too complicated
with all the discussion.
I know some of you might say my question is not simple and all, but I dont want to get into a debate about it anyway and as far as I am concerned , Yes, it is a simple question. I hardly found couple of you guys suggesting other brands also to look into, thats fair enough to point out, instead of all the debate.
Well, anyway, I wish you guys a happy debating and am off from this thread.
I am sorry if I have offended anyone, but, yeah, I didnt get any info either, not with a clarity and the very purpose of the thread is lost long back.
I hope I am not offensive, I just want to put into perspective.
I did made suggestion, Kimber Kable type of multi wires cable......If your amp can be stable with high capacitance cables. They are around $100 or so, nothing fancy, it's scientific.
I am all about science, there is no science in using special metal and material and charge $2000. If I have to spend $2000 extra, I would put it in and buy a better pair of speakers like going to the Utopia Series. Particular, DO NOT spend money on RCA cables and power cord.
If you are thinking about power cord, the best you can do for the money is to have an electrician to pull a dedicated power line from the breaker box just for the system, tell the electrician to use either 12 gauge or even 10 gauge cable from the breaker box. You save money on this.
I am speaking as owner of a pair of Alto Utopia, at least at the same level as your Sopra, I have very good amps also. You don't need a $2000 speaker cable. Put the money where it counts......Better speakers, not burning money in these cables. Think Scala Utopia.....or even upgrade the MC312.....Or try a tube amp like Cary. Your Sopra is efficient enough, you DON'T need a 300W amp. It's NOT bigger the better. There is big trade off between number of watts and the quality of watts unless it's class A, but then it burn so much power and heat up the house. 60 to 100W is plenty unless you run a disco. It's the quality of watts, not the number of watts.