Recently heard the Ocos speaker cable. ..

Btw is there a resistor and a capacitor inside the red adapter ends?
Wow! There's a name from the past. I remember that it was distributed by Sumiko a very long time ago.
I had a pair of Ocos cables in my old office system (NAD L40 and PSB Image 1B speakers). It sounded good enough for that system. I never did any comparisons in that system. The cable is annoying stiff, though, and basically seems like a cable TV coax cable with snap on terminations. I eventually changed them for Audioquest cables.
I'm still thinking about that OCOS cable. It brings back to mind another lost treasure from that era, Cogan Hall cables. As I emember, they were thin, hollow copper tubes suspended within a flexible hose with three-spoke "wheels" spaced within the hose.
As much as I'd like to, I have never tried the Ocos.
Did try the Cogan Hall interconnects, a frustrating bitch to work with. I gave up on them.
Cables were good 25 years ago today so so.
Cables are good 25 years ago today so so.
I fondly remember the Ocos cables. They were my first experience with high end speaker cables and they certainly were much better than the Radio Shack speaker cable I was using. Brought them home for a trial and hooked them up to my Fried Beta's and I was promptly impressed. Bought the pair and used them for about 6 years then I tried MIT cables and gave the Ocos cables to a friend. The MIT's were miles ahead in every way.

They were good in their day but if given the chance I would gladly welcome the opportunity to compare them to what I`m using now.
I have a pair of Ocos cables in my bedroom system. They used to be in the mains system but were replaced there a long time ago. Perfectly fine for a BR system though.