In the first part of this article, we explained when high-quality cables matter, and when they do not. However, if you have ordered a home entertainment setup from a contractor such as Audio Video Salon, you have already invested in top-quality equipment. That means you want to ensure that your home theater provides the best video and sound experience possible. As Audio Video Salon knows, the only way to ensure an excellent experience is with excellent cables.
Audioquest cables reduce distortion in several ways. In less expensive cables, the signal jumps between strands as it travels from the source to the screen. Each jump affects quality. Low-quality cables also allow the magnetic fields surrounding the data to fluctuate. The fluctuations also affect sound and video quality. Finally, the insulation used on most cables smears the signal and introduces fuzziness to the final display. All of these distortions add to delivering sound and picture that are far worse than the quality of the source.
Movie lovers who use Audioquest cables see an improvement because of Audioquest’s unique design. Audioquest uses a semi-solid design to keep the signal from hopping from strand to strand. The cables consist of high-quality metals to stabilize magnetic fields, and the insulation is minimal to reduce smearing. The resulting signals are clear, clean, and faithful to the information source. When you have already invested in a top-quality entertainment system, why would you reduce quality by skimping on the cables?