Cables for B&W 685

With so many options out there, I'm not sure where I should go with this. That being said, I'll try to boil it down to two questions: What is a good match cable-wise for these speakers, and is it worth the extra expense to biwire them? I have a very basic system (currently driving the 685s with an NAD 326BEE). Thanks for your insight ...
Well, I'll take stab. The B&W 685 is an excellent bookshelf loudspeaker for the price. Good choice. While I don't have the 685s, I do have the 683s so at least in we're in the same family. First yes to bi-wiring for sure. I would do that for mimimizing distortion and separating the lower and higher reproduced frequencies being fed to the 685's. Second, since B&Ws can take the power and like to be driven, a solid conductor core of at least 14 AWG(copper with at least a small percentage of silver) in a speaker cable would be a good recommendation. I do believe that solid is superior to stranded so in light of that, take a look at Audioquest. AQ is frequently sold by dealers who also sell B&W. Depending on your budget and how many feet of cable you need, AQ offers a good selection and variety in a wide price range. They sell both prepared and unterminated cables. You may simply want to visit your closest AQ dealer and get their recommendation. They probobaly have speaker cable on reels available at any length you need. So again, 14 AWG min, solid copper conductor with some silver, etc. would be my recommendation. There are hundreds of choices but keep it simple.
I happened across this post and also have B&Ws and was also looking at Audioquest. There is a Soundadvice in town that sells it. Would you recommend it for some CDM7 SEs?

Yes, Audioquest is a great match for B&W's. I tried a pair of Rocket 33's on my new CM10's and liked them so much I went for the Rocket 88's. Looking forward to them getting here. Put back in my back up cables (stranded copper) and it is not nearly as good.
I am getting so much controversy on the Audioquest, do you have a specific model? Is Rocket 33 and 88 another brand?

Jeddy -

Transparent, is the natural, sonic match for B&W speakers.
The Rocket Series are Audioquest. I put off buying them also for the longest time due to the lack of reviews, user or other wise but am glad I took a chance. Not sure how good they are for other speakers, but for B&W's they seem to be a fantastic match.
Glad to hear about Transparent being real good also, but never tried them myself.
I do not know that Audioquest offers a trade-up policy on its cable line, Transparent does.