I wanted to share my recent experience in "upgrading" my music system.
Several months ago I got the "bug" to investigate what was new in music reproduction. Specifically analog. My turntable had been serving me well for the past twenty years; but I wanted to see what was new in the market. I purchased a VPI Scout and Lehman phono preamp. After inviting my record playing friends over for a look and listen; the comments went to "you need to update your interconnects".
I started to do some research; and was amazed at how many hundreds of companies are making interconnects. Narrowing it down, I checked with my buddies about what they were using. After the shock of learning how much some of them had spent, we talked about what they had heard (live) and what they had learned from reading reviews. I was about to order some "brand X" cables, when I started to see reviews of glowing sound improvement from people who had installed Morrow Audio cables.
I decided to "take a chance" on the Morrow Audio, and ordered PH4 and MA4 interconnects along with the break-in service. Remembering the notes about how important the break-in time was, I decided to break them in for an additional 100 hours.
Then the fun began. I coaxed my friends into bringing over their cables for a comparison test. At the end of the listening evaluation; I, and my friends all agreed that the Morrow Audio sounded the best. They had better stage, were crisp, fast, alive, and just plain made you feel like you were in the room with performance. And some of the cables compared were anywhere from twice the money, to ten times the money.
Mike, I am pretty sure you will be getting orders from my friends - just as soon as they sell their "famous" cables.
Thank you very much for your service, and for giving the community an affordable great sounding wire." Tom