ECHOLE CABLES LIMITED EDITION SPEAKER CABLE
My pursuit for higher transparency cum higher appreciation of musicality brought me to seek out James Chin of YL Audio for more of Echole Cables Limited Edition.
Lately, I found myself in love with Ms.Masako Kunisada’s rendition of “Snow Flakes” in the compilation album, “The Dancing Girl From Izu” (RHYMOI MUSIC RMLP-041). I found her voice was well captured in that recording…with much of the ‘human element and emotional content’ intact (or what made or meant thereof). (With) The Echole LE SC allowed through into the presentation of her voice, not just, dimensionality, definition, delineation, palpability, presence and weight.
Here, when the orchestra gave it a full treatment of low frequencies, the Echole LE SC was so transparent (to me) that it not just delivered the deepest ‘sonic boom’ from its origin in the soundstage, that rattled me, my sofa and surrounding articles (to the extent of my Gryphon Kodo), but also delivered the airiness(remember the ‘airy soundscape’) that followed the ‘sonic boom‘. The powerful experience was as if the whole orchestra; the musicians and their respective instrument, and the entire recording venue were thwarted at me.
Previously, the addition of the Echole LEPCs into my audio system did open up quite ‘breathlessly’ the spectrum of musicality, transparency, transient, intimacy, detail, definition, density, palpability, positioning, separation, coherency, dynamism, extension, time, and quietness (quite a mouthful).