David H Submitted: 2017.05.08

My system is probably modest compared to some of your customers. Primary source is a Music Hall mmf5.1, moo mat , and Clearaudio Artist V2 feeding a Rogue Cronus Magnum ll of course NOS tubes. Eosone rsf600 speakers.

I took advantage of the special trading in my old cables great deal! When your cables finally arrive I give them the appropriate break in and prepared to be blown away with big sound.... the bass deepened, without getting muddy. Midrange just sings, floating the instruments with great space with front to back depth and a nice wide soundstage. The highs were clean, extended and detailed without being tizzy or harsh. We've probably all heard the phrase "There's gold in them there hills." Well "There's magic in them there Morrow's" Yes! I'm very satisfied.

Thanks Mike , David J Hackbarth

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Terry D.

"Hi Mike... I purchased a set of your phono cables (PH3). As a very skeptical person, I must say that I have tried (with not much success) many different types of cables, both brand name and non-brand name. I haven't had much luck with to many of them.

I usually do not make it a practice to send feedback about a product. But I just had to drop you a line about the phono cables that I purchased from you. They are a fantastic set of cables. I have a lot of respect for the Cardas line, but I have to say that the Morrow cables held there ground pound-for-pound with the Cardas Golden Reference cables, and for less then half the price! I want to say thanks." Terry D.

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"I was a bit skeptical about purchasing anything other then familiar expensive name brand cables as I embarked on a new medium in turntables. So after watching the Morrow Audio video and doing some research on Morrow cable products, I decided that I would take one more chance and see what happens.

Mike, you are true to your word when it comes to making a great cable product. The sound is as good (actually better) than some of the much more expensive cables I have owned in my search for a great inexpensive cable.

I will be back to replace some other cables in my setup. Thanks for being there for us Mike."

Terry from MN.

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Joseph R

"Dear Mike: I am finally back at work, and things have leveled off a bit. I wanted to give you some feedback on the PH3 cables.

First let me thank you for the exceptional workmanship. My 4' custom wires fit my Thorens 160 Super/SME series III tonearm combination perfectly. Routing the interconnects through the turntable plinth was easy due to the very flexible nature of the PH3's. On the preamp side, I was very impressed with the standard RCA jacks. They snapped in place on my Quicksilver preamp assuring me of a solid connection.

I was waiting to install a decent phono cable to determine whether my Ortofon SME 30H cartridge was passing muster. As a result, the Ortofon/160 super/SME combination sounded much better with the PH3. The PH3's sounded very neutral while rendering an impressive level of high frequency detail.

Well, being a typical audiophile (i.e. nut), I did not leave well enough alone. I replaced the Ortofon SME 30H cartridge (and integrated arm stem) with a Stanton WOS Collector Series 100. I had the Stanton in my arsenal for over 10 years. It has very few hours on it, as it was not a good match with my old Fidelity Research tonearm.

For the first time in 20 years my turntable completely outclasses my Wadia 26 (transport) / Wadia 22 (converter) combination. Turntable upgrades are now a thing of the past. The Stanton CS100 cartridge and Morrow PH3 interconnects simply sparkle. Cable break-in concerns are no longer.

Prior to the PH3's, I was tempted to purchase the stock SME phono cable. I am sooo... glad I reconsidered. I have heard at least a half dozen after market phono cables in my system and the PH3's are by far the best. They have a completely uncharacteristic sound. On the other hand they are extended, dynamic, clean and extremely well balanced. While keeping the midrange warm and tactile, all high frequencies come through with a glorious presence. They are subtle and deliberate at the same time. They never glare or get hard, and no detail is left unsaid. Although you told me that some customers equate your affordable interconnects to ones costing up to $3000, I was never in that category. Although I have heard mega-buck cables at shows, in high end stores and in friend's systems, I have never heard $3000 cables in my system. I do not believe that a higher price tag necessarily equates to better sound. I believe "If it's not broken, don't fix it". Well, I have reached turntable nirvana, and I don't need to go any further.

By the way, I asked my friend Wally to come over and hear my turntable. His mouth was wide open throughout the whole demo. All he could say was "Your brother's Linn Sondek LP12 doesn't sound this good !!". I am pineing away for my Stanton CS100 however, as replacement styli's are no longer avaliable. Thank You Mike Morrow."

Joseph R

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"Dear Mike, I have just picked-up my MA3/PH3 Phonocable from the post office and I was like a child eagerly awaiting his gift: I was still by the PO window but had to open the box and see my "new toys".

The first thing I am looking at with the cables is the workmanship that exudes finesse and confidence. The RCAs are pristine, substantial, and exactly what I wished for. The protective sheath is beautiful and without pretentions. The soldering is wonderfully done with almost machine-like in precision.

But there are 3 more things that sort of surprised me: [1] your care for packaging, [2] the detail of pasting a notice regarding the use of the WBT-style RCAs - I have not seen that from any of my other interconnects that my "new toy" will be replacing (e.g. Silver Audio, Acoustic Zen, and Accuphase), and [3] a real testament of a human-touch - the nicely lettered label that says "PH3" at the back of the directional label... I liked the manual writing.

Now, I removed the Silver Audio from my tonearm and the Phonostage and installed the MA3/PH3 and a little bit nervously awaiting to hear the first notes. To my surprise, my soundstage is deeper/more laid back than before but larger that it seems to have gone out of my celling (my listening room is in the attic). Music seems to have a "quitter" background that I have this feeling of being in a dark room with the musicians. I expect some changes as the IC breaks-in but I expect it to better the rest of my ICs.

Thank you for a job that really represents your passion in audio perfection.

I will be ordering my next "batch".

Best regards from Manila,


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Norm Armstrong

Hi Mike, I'm pleased with your products. The cables I purchased (2 MA3 pairs and 1 PH3) incrementally outperform my previous combination of van den Hul Silver (Phono Cable) and homebrew line-level interconnects. The improvement is subtle, but real. For the cost this is quite an achievement, as my homebrew cables have embarrassed my own Kimber KCAG line-level interconnects, as well as several other pricey cables.

Well Done! Norm Armstrong

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"Hello Mike, I am not very good at this, but I know what I like to hear and this is it. At this time, I own four pair of Morrow Audio Cables The first pair I purchased was balanced MA3 cables; they replaced cables I paid $550.00 for. After the break in period the Morrow cables had more air, and much more detail, all the instruments in their place which gave me a very good stage.

The second pair I purchased was the PH3 cables, these cables replaced a $500.00 pair I had. Once again after the break in period the detail came out, the Morrow cables are much faster (Much More Precise)... Very Noticeable.

I also own one pair of MA1 cables and SP1 Cables. The SP1’s took longer then expected to break in, and they replaced a pair I paid $700.00 for. At this time they sound slightly better then my existing cables with only a little more detail and speed. Being this is his bottom line cable, I plan on upgrading to the SP3. For the money, I am very pleased with all four Morrow Cables I own." FM

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