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March 2013 Blog Posts (2)

Chord Sarum Tuned Array - You ain't heard nothing yet!

You could say I was more than a little sceptical about high end cables, which to my ears generally changed rather than improved the sound of most systems, and then Chord came and blew away all my references by demonstrating the effect of Sarum Tuned Array applied step by step…

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