I currently own a CEC Tl-1X and a Theta Digital Pro-Gen Va D/A converter and would like some suggestions on some ''high-end'' digital cables. Preferences would be cables that are detailed but warm and have a nice rich overall smooth sound. The rest of the system is ''older'' Rowland Electronics and Avalon Speakers.
First is the Stereovox HDXV at $100.00, it's made by Chris Sommovigo who made the Kimber D-60 ten years ago. It sounds better than the D-60, and it's $200.00 cheaper. The reviewers are praising it.
Second is the Sonoran Plateau Lambda Digital RCA at $498.00. It's shielded with micro-bearings so it rejects all outside interferences. It's 1.42 meters, which they say is the correct length for the digital signal?!?!?! All I know is that is sounds as good or a little than the Stereovox HDXV. I replaced my Stereovox HDXV because I got a deal when I rewired my entire system with the Sonoran Plateau interconects, speaker and power cords.
The Sonoran cables can be seen and ordered from www.audiopoints.com. The Stereovox (and the Acoustic Zen MC Squared along with a zillion others) may be auditioned and ordered from The Cable Company at www.fatwyre.com. They have a cable library that you may check out and audition cables and other items before commiting to buying them. You can call them a 1-800-fat-wyre and ask for John Pharo, he's a really nice and knowledgable fellow.