Wireworld Luna 7 review | What Hi-Fi?


The Luna 7 used to be £9/m however has not too long ago had a price drop. And that has carried out nothing but support our admiration for this fantastic cable.

Sound quality

From the moment you plug it into your machine, the Luna 7 allows a prepared and ready-to-please presentation. It isn’t over-zealous or too forceful in its manner, though.

Play Guns N’ Roses’ You Could Be Mine and the system pours a bucketload of excitement at the listener with the crashing drum kicks, frenzied guitar play and wailing vocal. But it does so without making the track sound unwieldy or reckless.

It conveys the passion and punch of the QED Ruby Anniversary Evolution but with a marginally of added tact and guile.


The all-round talent of the Luna 7 manner it must sit down well with an excessively wide range of programs – you received’t want to concern about how it interacts with the remainder of your package.

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