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You seem at ease with DIY cables, does it really make a difference? I'm Fiio L2 10cm to connect my Zune HD to cMoy portable and was looking at this Hisoundaudio 3.5mm to 3.5mm Golden Inter Cable (24K golden plated jack) http://www.cafr.ebay.ca/itm/380384971382?s...984.m1423.l2649, when someone told me not spent money for nothing since cooper is cooper!

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high sound is just copper, the jack being gold plated is normal to prevent patina/rust

yeah for some mods it does make a difference in the sound

but most obvious difference comes when different material is used

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Can you elaborate on this''most obvious difference comes when different material is used'', would it be worth to invest in a different cable then Fiio L2 for better sound or useless with equipment I have?

 

 

 

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i always say dont waste money

for me i cant hear much difference between the cables used

between source and amp, some people can tell

 

the most obvious difference is when cables to your earphones is changed

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Ok ,which applies only on changeable earphone-headphone cables! What's those specs we often find on premium cables "Ultra Pure Silver Plated Oxygen Free Copper (UP SPOFC) and Ultra Pure Oxygen Free Copper (UPOFC)" as these:http://www.audiovisualonline.co.uk/product/1516/van-damme-stereo-3.5mm-jack-to-jack-cable/?source=aw&utm_source=AffiliateWindow&awc=3586_1343354986_887cd275f986ed48220c26b040c9ac67

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just the purity of copper/silver and how it is processed

oxygen free so the copper does not oxidise(rust)

but most current audio cables are oxygen free

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