I want to use a Nait 2 in my home cinema with blu ray player and 79 strand copper speaker wire ,each being 6 metres in length.
I know years ago,my dealer suggested 79 strand with a 42/110,so I would think my plan for the nait should be ok.
Any thoughts please.?
Only my second post here,but have had Naim for 40 years.
Hi David2, 79 strand will be OK
Old Naim’s like the Nait 2 ideally want a minimum 3.5uH inductance per channel.
Typical 79 strand is 0.66uH/m, so 6m gives 3.96uH.
I have an olive Nait 2 in my dining room, love it.
NACA5 (or the older, more flexible, NACA4 - if you can find it on eBay or similar) would be a more obvious choice, will suit the NAIT2 better, and is likely to sound much better as well.
Any Naim dealer will be happy to make up a pair of properly terminated cables for you.
I believe that Linn’s K20 speaker cable is the same as NACA4.
Thanks Mike and Graham.
Its just for dvd and blu ray,so it sounds like I am ok with the 79 strand.
Just had the Nait serviced at class A,so it should be nice.