Cable recommendations for ESL speakers

I am presently auditioning some ESL speakers and i've read that it is important that the speaker cable be low in inductance and capacitance.

Does anyone out there have recommendations for speaker cable suitable for Quad, Martin Logan or similar ESL speakers? I would be interested to learn of your observations of the sonic benefit of the recommended cable. Many thanks.
Over at the forum, you'll find a dizzying array of preferred cables. For many years I used standard Blue Jeans (Belden) cables, which worked fine with my ML Summits. I've recently upgraded to Au24e's which likewise sound great (providing a tad cleaner bass, IMHO). Frankly, I haven't had the time/$$$ to compare a bunch of cables, but perhaps others have. Of note, Roger Sanders (of Sanders Sound Systems), offers electrostatic-specific cables on his website.
I am running the Mapleshade Golden Helix speaker cables on my CLSIIa's and couldn't be more pleased. They replaced a very expensive pair of Cardas cables. I LOVE Cardas, but not with these speakers. Mapleshade offers a 30 day money back guarantee and they are VERY inexpensive.
Thanks for the input guys.
I've owned Soundlabs for the last twenty years or so and found the Magnan Signatures to work great but there is a cable called Clear Day from a guy in Tucson that must be heard to believed. It's cheap flexible and in my system has beaten up all challengers. You must buy the Double run but it will blow your mind. No I'm not a shill for the guy. So all naysayers please keep it to yourself. Try them. I think you will be suprised.
o have owned quad 63's twice and now own quad 57s. there is no preferred speaker cable i am aware of. i have tried many. i suggest you listen for yourself, rely on your own ears, period. try cables at random.

i am using ear to ear silver coated copper, but i am not necessarily recommending them for you.
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