T'other day I swapped the jumpers between bass and mid/treble drivers on my Leemasfor 10mm earth cable, thinking that everyone raves about how getting rid of those crappy bits of brass will do wonders..
So after much faffing to get it in (fnurr), I switched on the system, and it soundedslightly more detailed, slightly more real, slightly less harsh. In other words it sounded absolutely grand.
However, after listening for a couple of hours it dawned on me that it had always sounded absolutely grand, and that there may not have been a difference at all - just a slightly dodgy audio memory.
So my point is, how real are minor tweaks? It took me about 10 minutes to change the jumpers, during which time the gear was switched off. Is audio memory to be trusted to that level of accuracy, or should I be wiring my whole system with 10mm earth, or go the whole hog and try and shoe-horn 16mm in?