Sorry to say this, but i really suspect that a lot of NAC A5 cables have been made up to a sub-standard level, hence why a lot of folks are probably very quick to dismiss them. There’s more to it than just melting a piece of solder and creating a joint so it bonds to a banana plug.
Pray share a little more that we might all learn, Stephen. You meant the soldering workmanship? The type of solder also matters, as I understand it.
Richard and friends, would the NAC A5s of yesteryear, differ from today’s…? Has the cable supplier changed after these decades, or the copper type in the cable altered in any way? Curious if past iterations sound different from present. I mean, time has moved forward and on.
Phil, as far as I’m aware it’s basically the same as it ever was.
No need to change what wasn’t ever, and ain’t broke. Happy to hear. Thanks Richard.
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