I would agree,bang for the buck and a pretty revealing interconnect.I use them in my H.T.setup and 2nd stereo system.Can reveal harshness with certain types of music or CDs.All in all I like this interconnect.
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Just read your review on the PBJ. You have a good cable in the PBJ. I was in the market for budget cables some time back & the PBJ showed up on my radar too. I listened to it @ a Kimber dealer. It sounded good. Then the dealer told me to hang on & he went behind the rack & switched the cables to the Kimber Hero. We heard the same music once again & what a difference in the sound!! Unbelievable is the word! What the PBJ did, the Hero trumped it in spades - the PBJ's bass was a bit fat, the Hero cleaned it up. Better mid-range articulation & more space & air around the instruments w/ the Hero. Great high freq. extensions too. The increase in cost was just marginal - he sold me the Hero for $125 brand new. I believe that the PBJ is in the $80 range? Well, I have seen Hero's on Audiogon in the $80-90 range used so it really isn't t-h-a-t expensive. If I may suggest, you would greatly benefit from the Hero in your system. BTW, I have the B&W DM604S2 so I know your speaker sound quite well.
BTW, TAS had a shoot-out review in Nov of a bunch of cables in the $100-$200 range & Kimber's Hero & Synergistic Research's interconnects came up on top. Here is a link to that review. You can read the abstract for free but the actual review will cost you $3!!
Just my 2 cents worth.