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Zavfino tonearm cable

Discussion in 'audio' started by lazycat, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. lazycat

    lazycat pfm Member

    After a search they have been mentioned before.

    I bought the Cove. Their most basic. Quite honestly, I don't remember ordering it. rofl

    Obviously drunk or midddle of night(not unusual).

    A sideways move, pricewise, from my Yannis cable.

    Well, bugger me if it doesn't sound better. I assume it has a lower capacitance than my Yannis.

    Same detail but much more even - 2M Black.
    I've been using it for a few weeks. Very happy.
     
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2019
  2. Alfonzo

    Alfonzo Active Member

    Which Yannis tonearm cable were you using? I use the top of the range silver litz thingy which so far has stood many comparisons with so called higher end and expensive cables. The Zafino silver looks interesting
     
  3. lazycat

    lazycat pfm Member

    IIRC it was a Van Damme cable. Cost approx £70. So did the Zavfino.

    TBH I used the Yannis with my 2M Bronze for 3 years and I wasn't unhappy - it 'sounded' great'.
    I may be wrong but the Zavfino may have have a lower capacitance, hence, the improvement with the 2M Black. Which is known to be fussy.
     
  4. YNWOAN

    YNWOAN 100% Analogue

    The capacitance difference will be negligible and even more/less so over a short length like a metre.
     
  5. YNWOAN

    YNWOAN 100% Analogue

    Oh, my mate Hugo sells these - I’ll have to ask him for a loaner and try it.
     
  6. lazycat

    lazycat pfm Member

    Aye, no doubt. I was looking for a reason for the difference - being a cable sceptic n'all.
     

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