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UPDATED: Journalist Accepts $1 Million Challenge: Do $7250 Cables Sound Better or Not?

Click to viewPear Cable, makers of the $7250 audio cables we showed you a couple of weeks ago, has accepted debunker James Randi's (pictured at left) challenge, where the former magician's JREF (James Randi Educational Foundation) promised $1 million if anyone could prove the difference between Pear cables and their… »10/15/07 6:10pm10/15/07 6:10pm

Pear Cable CEO Calls James Randi's $1 Million Offer a Hoax

Last week, magician and paranormal debunker James Randi (pictured above left) offered the makers of Pear speaker cables $1 million if they could prove in double-blind testing there was a difference between their $7,250 cables and ordinary Monster Cables. Now, Adam Blake (pictured above right), CEO and co-founder of… »10/05/07 8:26am10/05/07 8:26am

James Randi Offers $1 Million If Audiophiles Can Prove $7250 Speaker Cables Are Better

Click to viewOur rant about those $7,250 Pear Anjou speaker cables found its way to the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), and Randi offered $1 million to anyone who can prove those cables are any better than ordinary (and also overpriced) Monster Cables. Pointing out the absurd review by audiophile Dave… »10/01/07 11:22am10/01/07 11:22am

Transparent Opus Speaker Cables Bring You Audio Nirvana for $43,000 a Pair

We learned a lot from the feedback we got from the story about those "danceable" $7,250 cables from Pear Cable. Besides a complete reinforcement of that concept of a sucker being born every minute, we also found out the Pear Anjou cable's $7,250 price is a downright bargain compared with the prices of these… »9/26/07 10:59am9/26/07 10:59am