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New animal discovered!! Warning: Disturbing images below !!

Tatiana Gordeeva

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We all know them. They are visible, usually at night, in large open outside venues. They have evolved out of necessity to what they are today and carefully selected by the roadies who call them snake cables. They usually look like this:

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But recently, all over the world, another, much stranger animal was discovered, mostly seen inside the dark caves of audiophiles. It looks like something fished out of the Amazon. It evolved out of greediness, feeding on vanity and stupidity. This animal now has a name:

The snaKable (Analcondus Idiophilus)

A name as terrifying as its appearance:

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theaudiostandard.net/thread/2091/crazy-cables-giant-eating-slugs

If the laws governing human nature continue to apply, I predict that the next stage of evolution will look like:

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In the next episode of Amazingly Stupid Discoveries we will look at the
Rogoz Audio 3T1/BBS - Anti-Vibration Cable Stabilizerso_O

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Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
Albert Einstein

Have a nice Sunday! :grin:
 

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Virtuoso

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But recently, all over the world, another, much stranger animal was discovered, mostly seen inside the dark caves of audiophiles. It looks like something fished out of the Amazon. It evolved out of greediness, feeding on vanity and stupidity. This animal now has a name:

The snaKable (Analcondus Idiophilus)

A name as terrifying as its appearance:

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theaudiostandard.net/thread/2091/crazy-cables-giant-eating-slugs
lol - Yes, they are definitely snake oil!

If you are ever tempted by a $6,400 RCA cable or a $17,000 speaker cable, do yourself a favor and check out Blue Jeans Cable instead. Excellent quality for a tiny fraction of the price.

 
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