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SOLD: FS: Graham Slee Lautus interconnects (RCA) - 4.5m.

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Item: Graham Slee Lautus interconnects (RCA), 1.5m pair with ground (1.5 is sold) and 4.5m pair.
Location: Perth 
Price: $180, free post within Aus. Donation to SNA.
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: no longer needed.
Payment Method: EFT, PayPal
Extra Info: I had both of these cables made up for me by Graham Slee in England. The Lautus is an OFC cable with ferrite nodes along the length. The website will tell you more about how they’re built. I don’t know how the magic of the ferrite nodes work, but I like them.
In my system, I found these cables to be be very open, with a warm mid to lower mid that really suits vox and acoustic instruments, and crisp, light, airy highs. A really deep and wide soundstage. They are a little more relaxed than some of my other cables. Nothing harsh or boomy or in-your-face about them at all IMO.

The 1.5m was made up for my turntable at the time, and it has a grounding wire, but it can be used in any position in the chain. It’s not a specialty turntable cable. (1.5 is Sold)

The 4.5m suited a run I needed between a phono stage and amp (but now don’t). The cable suited that long run well.
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Hi, could you post the 1.5m pair with ground wire? Thanks. Ngoc from Melbourne.

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