New silversmith fidelium cable

You need to try the speaker cable. It is a complete game changer in the audio industry. Probably the biggest improvement ever in sound quality and realism. These will impress audiophiles all over the world. 
I would say that these cables are very good, great at their price point but not the best cables I have heard. Would not hesitate to recommend unless the client was willing the pay the significant increase in price to get to the next tier.
@audition__audio lets hear it then, what cables are besting the Fideliums?
Well I would say that the Inakustik 4004s certainly do some things better and nothing worse that I can hear. I would give the nod in favor of the Fideliums over the Inakustik 2404 although these are both great cables. I think the Bionics cables (new company) are superb but I need to do a head to head comparison. Give me some time and I can think of more, but all of these cables are more expensive. 
I've been intrigued by the Inakustik 4004s but haven't read very much about them and they are not inexpensive like the Fideliums, which makes it harder to commit.
This is where auditions become a necessity. For all the rich guys here, they may not blink an eye at plopping down $5-$10k for speaker cables, but not for me. Tellurium Q is also an interesting brand, but one that's not easily accessible in the states - the Black IIs have impressed me for the price, they're also ribbons, although they don't do what Fideliums can. Then again, I don't want to drop $3-6k further up the range to find out. I've got a whole list of cables to try - Silnote Poseidon, Shunyata v2s, Kirmuss, ZenWave, Grover Huffman, it's a crowded market. 

The reviews though in The Sound Advocate and Enjoy the Music were so out there with praise that it was really a no brainer to give these a try.