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rgallos Posted 6 years 6 months ago
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Having already heavily invested in power cables for all my other components, I'm wondering what may be the advantages of using after market power cables on the Triton One speakers. Obviously, this may enhance the bass quality coming from the subs. Since there is a digital processor built into the crossover that I assume is powered, my real question is will better power cords also have a positive impact on the frequencies above 100 hz ? Or is the signal above 100 hz totally independent to what's happening below this spectrum?
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Moderator Posted 6 years 6 months ago
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There is a thread elsewhere in the forum on this topic. Can't really say about frequencies above the active portion of the speaker, but I would guess not.
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secretguy Posted 2 years 10 months ago
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The advantage is that whoever you buy from will have more money. That's it.
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