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In AudioQuest introduced FPC (Functionally Perfect Copper) in the higher models. .. AudioQuest Bedrock uses the incredibly efficient Flat Rock design. Seems like this is always on sale at Audio Advisor. I can’t afford to spend a lot of money on cable right now. Anyone using or have used this. Find great deals for AudioQuest Bedrock Speaker Cables m Pair. Shop with confidence on eBay!.

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I know speaker wire is a nagging thread for everyone. However, that is what these forums are all about Don’t forget the RSW Sub, it deserves a mention. My question is simple, I am upgrading speaker cable audioauest I am considering the Audioquest Bedrock in a full range configuration for now.

Does anyone have experience with these cables and what is your opinion of the product? Any other recommendations on Audioquest products would be appreciated!

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AQ – Bedrock Spec Sheet. While I agree Audioquest generally over-charges for their product, their product isn’t bad. As one dealer I know put it, “it does not offend I wouldn’t deter anyone from this prodcut, as I feel it’s a true “bang for your buck.

Oh, and if it’s any consolation, Stereophile rated Radioshack’s general speaker-wire as Class-C or something for cables.

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You were doing great until you mentioned “Class C”. I rate Stereophile as Class D. I am using the Bedrocks with my cornwalls and am happy with them. I have only tried a few different brands so can’t offer comparisions.


I am assuming that you are looking into the deal that audio audioquext has on them. At that price, I don’t think you can go wrong. I don’t know, I think maybe they should give out awards to cable bedrpck for their imagination and ingenuity. It must be hard to keep coming up with one stupid thing after another.

Call me crazy but I just thought that after all the money I spent on the equipment it just didn’t seem right using cheap Radioshack cables. I didn’t go overboard, but I’m comfortable with the decision I made. This thread is audioquset what I’ve been looking for Sorry I can’t help you with your Audioquest cable question but I can tell you what I did last night. Lately I had been hearing bedrovk people using electrical wire for their speaker wire.

Yes it is befrock and really if a guy knows how to strip heavy wire without damage the stiffness works to your advantage. Can I tell a difference? Call me crazy but there is a a huge difference. The funny thing about it Say what, most all “high end” speaker cables i. I agree there is a lot of BS out there, but that does not mean that there are not valid concepts out there. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

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Save your money and just get some 12 or 14 gauge wire. I have Type 2 and 4 and 6. THe Type 6 is for a rainy day. All were bought on sale or used for cheap. Zip cord is probably more prone to oxidation over time but that is about only the down side. I figure cable is Ok to buy if the next best upgrade you can determine would be times more expensive than the cable to make a system improvement.

Posted November 14, Posted November 17, Can’t you find anything better, or at least more audioquewt to waste your money aydioquest

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I get Art’s point, I beat around the bush a bit. Any HT system performance would most likely not be affected by changing speaker wire. Too many other items to spend money on. Posted November 18, I had been using double runs of Axiom 12 gauge fine multi strand speaker wire and it worked.

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