Should You Use Cables as Tone Controls?

In this video, I answer a subscriber question about IF you should use cables as tone controls. I briefly discuss the minuscule measurable differences cables make versus other methods that have a far greater impact on improving sound quality in your stereo of home theater system.

We discuss the following methods that are guaranteed to serve as much more effective tone controls such as:
1. Improving room acoustics
2. Improving speaker positioning and set up.
3. Using Digital EQ (ie. PEQ or room correction)
4. Applying positional EQ (moving your seats)

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