Jupiter Tinned Copper Wire Lacquered Cotton Insulation Review
Yazaki-san of Japan and the SPEC Corporation
"Today, I'm delighted to introduce you to the Jupiter 16GA tinned plated wire in lacquered cotton. In my last email, I talked about the following.
" I realized and believed that if we want to look for true analog technology, we should listen deeply to the wisdom
of past ancestors found in vintage equipment and the parts forgotten in the flow of time. "
But this Jupiter 16GA is an excellent sample, which humbly learned the wisdom of its predecessors and discovered new possibilities and fascination for audio.
Jupiter 16GA wire I received has a beautiful tin plating because Cristopher-san was truly particular about the purity of tin itself. Using this wire as a speaker cable, it sounds lively and is preferable for me.
I highly recommend this new Jupiter-made-in-the-USA speaker cable to you.
I just talked about the sound of your Jupiter 16GA with my best friend, Nishikawa-san. The sound differences between the new Jupiter 16GA and WE16GA original would be the freshness and the clearness without any cloudiness upon installation into the system.
On the contrary, the burn-in time of the WE16GA original would be a month to several months. Yes, we could enjoy the sound or the music with your 16GA from the beginning.
I believe it's a very positive merit of your cable, especially in hearing the comparison of these cables."
"To be honest I wasn't expecting much of a change because my XO box is almost entirely point-to-point wiring. I only use one extra wire inside to go from + into speaker + That's it. The only other wiring is the 3 wires that come from the driver to connect to the box, and each is about 7" long. That's all the extra wiring.
However, the change to your wire was not slight and was immediately noticeable. Basically, the effect as if there was a veil I was not aware of (and if you read reviews of my work on my website you'll see taking away the veil is what I am famous for... there should be NO veil at this point) but I'll be damned... there was still one there and these wires removed it. Everything got clearer, in a spooky sort of way. (it went from a recording to reality) I'm listening to something now... it's freaking me out. (I'm turning to listen to something about 4 feet outside of the right speaker and it sounds like it's emanating from there, and it sounds damn real, which is why it keeps grabbing my attention)"