|Audio Art Cable Reviews|
|Home Theater Accessories AV Cables|
|Written by Andre Marc|
|Tuesday, 30 December 2014|
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High performance audio cables are often the most controversial element of audiophile industry. This is generally due to the way they are marketed, and questionable claims made by wire manufacturers, and by the price escalation that has recently reached hard to fathom proportions. But one thing is beyond certain, the quality of cables vary just as much as the quality of any audiophile component. Skeptics love to take a stance against audiophile cables, and the amount of venom spewed is sometimes rather surprising. Anyone who has put any effort into assembling a system would know that good cables make a difference.
First, a bit of background on Audio Art Cables. According to Fritz, “in 2003 I knew I wanted to do something entrepreneurial, to launch a business I could call my own. A couple years down the road, I found myself still searching for something I truly enjoyed. I decided to explore options with one of my passions, high performance audio. Hi-fi systems had long been an interest for me, in business and as a hobby, for 25 years at the time. More so, listening to and enjoying recorded and live music had been a part of my life forever.
I had contacts in the audio industry from showroom and custom install businesses I had been involved with, and a couple of them were in the cable end of things. Wires and their effect on sound had been a curiosity for me from the start, so it seemed like it might be a natural progression to build a business around this product. Any roadblocks proved inconsequential, and things just took off from there.”
Based on my system configuration, Fritz sent over several pairs of interconnects, two pairs of speaker cables, and several power cords. I received the following signal cables and power cords: