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Wire is directional????

In message <UPMAIL17.199708111802470390@msn.com> "Sue and Pete Dieckerhoff" writes:

> Frequency dependant phase shift, and signal modulation, and 
> variations in amplitude.  One cable manufacture draws their own wire for their 
> cables.  Their top gade copper and silver are, "very slowly cast as an almost 
> perfect single crystal small diameter rod.  This near perfect rod is then 
> carefully drawn to maximize grain length.  For the strand sized used in most 
> audio cables, a single grain is over 700 feet long."  It makes a difference in 
> audio.

I've done that - actually operating _EACH_ one of the machines in turn to 
produce the final product.  I've used fast, slow, cold and extrusion drawing 
techniques, with and without intermediate annealing.  

But it still don't make it directional.

 Phil Payne
 Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club