Music fans are always striving for the best quality sound from their hi fi speakers, but what many don't realise is that it's the quality of the cable that matters just as much as the quality of the speakers.
The hardware you buy is important; you want to make sure you have high quality hi fi speakers in the first instance.
Spending a lot of time, effort and money on a good hi fi system is pointless if the quality of the cable isn't up to scratch. If you want to get the most out of your hi fi speakers, you will need to invest in a good cable too.
A wire simply connects the hi fi speakers, so the cable is only responsible for transmitting the sound accurately from the hi fi system to the hi fi speakers. The thicker the wire the lower the resistance and the better the sound quality. However, that's not to say you need to go out and invest in oxygen-free copper or silver cable wire. Standard copper wire cables are often good enough to enable you to get the most out of hi fi speakers.
Deciding which speaker offers you the best quality is a very personal judgement; it's down to individual taste. It's best to shop by sound, rather than by price. A cheaper pair of speakers might sound perfect to one person, but another might favour a more luxurious pair.
Sion When shopping for hi fi speakers and cables you must ensure everything is compatible with your existing hi fi system, otherwise it won't work at all! You need to check the wattage of the system and the speakers and make sure they're the same, as well as the ohms rating. If the speakers and hi fi system aren't compatible on these factors, then it doesn't matter how good the hi fi speakers or cable are; the music will sound fuzzy and you run the risk of your speakers blowing!