Has anybody else tried LITZ wire for speakers?

I would like to share my experiment:
I had just made speakers cables out of LITZ wire. I braded together 9 strands of 12/36 litz wire for each of 4 runs (2 per speaker). And the results were great. I new I would get better highs, I was not sure about the lows - I had doubts if the thin wire would be able to handle high currents of low frequencies. But everything sounded great - very clear high frequency and very tight deep bass. All this without any time for burn-in.
I am very interested if any body else had experimented with litz wire before and if you had similar results?
And if the results are so good why litz wire is not being used in making of speaker cables.
There are more than a few companies that manufacture / sell Litz based speaker cables. Sean
About 3 months ago, I had a conversation with a dealer about the difficulty in getting a set of speaker cables that were neutral in my set up (room, equipment, and foremost, my musical taste - acoustic jazz). Well, he suggested that I audition the Red Rose 336L (apparently no longer available from RR), a litz cable. He had a used pair on demo and his last new pair in stock. As suggested, there is no serious burn in required. I was very quickly convinced that size is not always the thing. This ended up being one of the easiest purchases that I have made. Since then, I have auditioned numerous CDPs and ICs, and so have some good experience to draw on. This cable absolutely delivers whatever is served up by the components upstream; no coloration of any sort is added. It delivers the highs, mids, and lows as presented. I am thrilled, and now a big fan. The 336L will always remain a part of my system. It is now a critical reference component in my set up.
Do not hold me to this but I think that Mosnseter used LITZ but does not any more. The old cable was so close to perfection but missed something in the final design. You should also try a Ferrite block on the cables. Did you isolate the pos and neg runs with any silicone?

Happy Listening.
Couvajazz, your responce helped me to identify what I had experinced with my cables - TRANSPARENCY is the word that describes it the best. It seemed speakers have just disappeared and music filled the room.
Bigkidz, thank you for sugestion, and no - I didn't think of using silicone, I just twisted 2 together. I only made sure to identify pos from neg.
Thank you for reply, Zoya.
I know that Audio Research used to, and maybe still does, sell a litz-based speaker cable. My speaker cables are made by a company called K-Works, a small one-man shop who's a member of our audio society here in NJ, and they too are a litz wire based design with a number of other features (spaced, separate positive and negative legs, ferrites and damping material around the jacket to reduce vibrations)--they are transparent, dynamic, neutral and faithful to the music. We also rewired my woofer enclosures with this wire with very positive results in bass extension, speed and transparency. There are many theories and ways to make speaker wire, and I'm sure there are probably pitfalls to using this wire of which I'm not aware, but from my experience the use of litz wire for speaker cables works quite well.
Zoya and RCprince... Agreed, TRANSPARENCY must be included in any description of performance of these cables.
Happy listening!
I believe Silver Audio uses this type of wire. Contact Max and learn all about it.