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Review Ricable Magnus cabling: High Class!

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Pros

  • Price/Quality
  • Design
  • Display
  • Technology

Cons

  • We are now very curious about the Dedalus and Invictus series.
Build quality
Usability
Sound
Price

For Whom

Contents

This Ricable Magnus series is for the enthusiast who doesn’t want to pay too much for a nice cable. The Magnus series will blend nicely especially in a neutral, analytical set-up we estimate. At least in our set this was the case

Conclusion

Cables are the finishing touch. For many it doesn't matter, for others it is an endless quest. We think the Ricable Magnus cables are the perfect way to make an affordable upgrade. The cables and power cords are beautifully made with high quality materials and sound very good. They provided that extra touch of refinement in our neutral set without loss of detail. The overall experience, the high pride of ownership and the generous warranty policy make for an unbeatable combination. That is why the Ricable Magnus cables are Alpha Approved by us!
Type test
Single Test
Accessory type
Cabling
Conductor material
Copper
Type of conductor
Stranded
Shielding
No

Winkels met Ricable

Markt 3
3131 CR Vlaardingen, NL

4 COMMENTS

  1. Hmmm …. “Just remember that we use these cables in a system of around 20.000 euros and that before we had the ATC speakers (and now the Revels) we heard no clear differences in cables.”

    Seriously ? There is something terribly wrong in your set-up NOT to hear differences in cabling; specifically when well known, respected ‘silver’ cable is used (such as Wireworld ‘Gold’ 7/8 series, Audioquest ‘Wind’ IC’s, Kimber SELECT -all-silver series- and Stealth Audio cables to name a few (superb performers). Distinctions in sound, at this level, is profound.

    But even with less expensive, ‘copper’ cabling, distinctions in sound is (should be) readily apparent.

    pj

    • Hello,

      It’s one thing to hear differences when switching cables but it wasn’t until i had my Atc’s that i could clearly point out what each cable was doing. Before i wasn’t confident enough to write a complete review on cables. I’m still learning a lot about hifi but reading the comments on our Dutch site i feel i nailed the Magnus cables. It’s only my second review on this very contested matter and i wanted to do it right.

      Best regards

  2. Hmmm …. “Just remember that we use these cables in a system of around 20.000 euros and that before we had the ATC speakers (and now the Revels) we heard no clear differences in cables.”

    Seriously ? There is something terribly wrong in your set-up NOT to hear differences in cabling; specifically when well known, respected ‘silver’ cable is used (such as Wireworld ‘Gold’ 7/8 series, Audioquest ‘Wind’ IC’s, Kimber SELECT -all-silver series- and Stealth Audio cables to name a few (superb performers). Distinctions in sound, at this level, is profound.

    But even with less expensive, ‘copper’ cabling, distinctions in sound is (should be) readily apparent.

    pj

    • Hello,

      It’s one thing to hear differences when switching cables but it wasn’t until i had my Atc’s that i could clearly point out what each cable was doing. Before i wasn’t confident enough to write a complete review on cables. I’m still learning a lot about hifi but reading the comments on our Dutch site i feel i nailed the Magnus cables. It’s only my second review on this very contested matter and i wanted to do it right.

      Best regards