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Speaker Cable for Rega Elicit

Discussion in 'audio' started by Conster, May 2, 2013.

  1. Conster

    Conster pfm Member

    Don't have any rega to try but finding the sound with my exposure cable a bit flat with less dynamics than I am used to with my exposure rig. Wondering from Elicit owners what are some other choices that may yield better results
  2. carruthersesq

    carruthersesq pfm Member

    I'm using Mogami. I have for some time with Rega, Naim & Densen amps, a wonderful cable.
  3. AKG

    AKG pfm Member

    REGA's own cables (QUATTRO-- not sure what the newest model is called) are tremendous. Goliath killers IMO!

    The QUATTROS smoked the VDH and CHORD until you went up to their higher priced models.

    I used the REGA Quattros until I upgraded to shotgunned NORDOST FREYS and jumpers (a big big move up the $$ food chain)

    Note: Inserting REGA's own COUPLE ICs and power cables to go with the speaker cables seemed to add a "je ne sais quoi" distinct and not-subtle further improvement .

    Something about that REGA synergy .... Highly recommended
  4. davidavdavid

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  5. hifi_dave

    hifi_dave Hi-Fi Retailer

    The new Rega Duet should be on your shopping list. £14.98 per metre.
  6. Conster

    Conster pfm Member

    Anyone try Qed profile 12 silver with the elicit?
  7. andypaulden

    andypaulden Well-Known Member

    Read on the Harbeth site, I think it was, that the Elicit likes solid core speaker cables.
  8. hifi_dave

    hifi_dave Hi-Fi Retailer

    The Elicit doesn't care if it's solid core or multi-strand on the end.
    hifinutt likes this.
  9. Conster

    Conster pfm Member

    Hmmm. I will try my audio quest type 4. Does anyone know if Rega's discontinued SC42 was solid core or multi stranded?
  10. Folkman

    Folkman pfm Member

    SC42 is multi strand
  11. andypaulden

    andypaulden Well-Known Member

    You're probably right in that it wont care, but I bet it sounds better with certain cables over others.
  12. hifi_dave

    hifi_dave Hi-Fi Retailer

    As will any amp/speaker combo.
  13. PerF

    PerF Member

    There, s hundreds of cables out there, allmost impossible to get overview.

    Rega Elicit is developed on Rega cables(presume) and its logically to put these high on list, why should audioquest be interesting apart from the OP have them available ?
  14. cartman

    cartman Taking a sabbatical

    Rega Quattro is an awful cable. No bass at all. Try Linn K20. Works a treat with my Elicit and Elas
  15. hifi_dave

    hifi_dave Hi-Fi Retailer

    Nothing wrong with Quattro apart from not being available anymore. Replaced with Duet at £14.98. An excellent match with the Elicit.
  16. peter bj

    peter bj pfm Member

    I would also agree with hi fi dave , quattro is a good cable and worked very well with my rega system , I also found bass was good with other makes and also worked well
  17. Conster

    Conster pfm Member

    So far I seem to be getting e best results with exposure cable. Have tried Qed profile 12 silver, (bigger soundstage sweeter), audio quest type 4 (bland), ecosse 4.2( polite but less involving). Might try some nac5 as I remember it having better bass compared with the exposure and a touch less bright forward sounding. If anyone has any Sc42 I might be keen
  18. Conster

    Conster pfm Member

  19. Cereal Killer

    Cereal Killer 432 Point5

    Which version Elicit have you got?
  20. Cereal Killer

    Cereal Killer 432 Point5

    Chord Odyssey will work perfectly with rega. (I used Chord Rumour bi-wire with my Clamshell Elicit for 8-10 years)

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