Chris Sommovigo is an American relocated to Japan where he makes finished audio cables and the wires inside them by hand. Here Dominic Marsh takes a listen to his Ghostwire Silverheart speaker cables costing $239.95 for 1.5m pair and $349.95 for 2.5m pair.

“When I was assigned to carry out this particular evaluation, I took it upon myself to read fellow Hifi Pig reviewer Dave Robson’s review of other Chris Sommovigo cables to get a handle of what performance I am likely to find with this Silverheart speaker cable.  Dave’s verdict is that they are fine cables and awarded them a recommended result, which may or may not translate here to the Silverheart cables under review….”

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