Sorry for another cable dressing topic.
I am very carefull (as ever ) when it comes to cable dressing.
No cable touches another!
But is there any minimum distance for the cables.
In my current setup the nd555 Burndys are running nearby the Burndy from 52 to SC.
All burndys hang completely free.
Distance at one spot is ca. 3-4mm (guessed).
Is this fine or should there be a minimum distance for electrical reasons?
Thank you so much.
Yes, I went through some cable dressing maniac sessions. And I know that most of the hours I spend for the feeling that it is fine, not for sonically reasons.
Could be 2-3mm distance instead of 3-4mm .
The reason I was asking is that I remember that snaic needs to run near Burndy (52/sc). So in this case there is an „electronic effect“.
As it impossible to manage s much cables with wider distance to each other, I really think my burndys are dressed fine.
I was very Lucky to have them dressed all 3 hanging free without touching anything.
Have wondered the same with burndy highway between racks. I tried putting foam between them to increase distance but unavoidably this increase tension instead so I chose to prioritise hanging relaxed vs touching and my mind says it was right. Might be placebo but that’s ok too
If one burndy to work more on I would chose the 552 since it contains analogue signal from the pre to the ps.
At one time in my active days I had 3 racks making the cable dressing easyer than now with only 2 racks though they are both Fraim now. My 5 pin snaic is longer than my 252 burndy so having them close in the entire length is not possible. At a time I did make an arrangement to make them run close part of tthe way, maybe this is still in place. But this just makes the 332 a much nicer update if it is an update, at least the cable dressing will get so much simpler.
That stacking order looks about right to me, assuming if keeps everything off the floor.
The different Burndys seem to naturally protrude different amounts behind the boxes before the curve reaches vertical, though I skipped the 252/300 pairing. Arranging which crosses in front of which at each encounter takes some time. I have all mine clear, though the Hiline has a mind of its own no matter how much it’s massaged.
superline and stageline N
Turntable for mono
all shelves are standard except the medium above the 500. I’m undecided if the 555 stays on the bottom but the 500 needs to be one up and it does get the digital clear of the pre amps, the Burndys work out either way.