I would like to add that the major difference I noticed was a more open sound and soundstage and more real and clean middle frequencies.
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With cables as expensive as Indra and 20th Anniversary, you should MAKE time for your own evaluation. Would you buy a new luxury car without driving it?
I certainly wouldn't rely on other opinions given the cost of these products.
Anyway, the bottom line is your personal preference not what you read here.
Both are excellent cables that will shine with the appropriate gear. The 20th Anniversary will tend to favor systems that require a bit more musical weight and liquidity. The Indra will favor systems that require a bit more speed and resolution. Which direction you want to take your system in is totally up to you.
Argyro, ultimately I heard its sound character. I never really liked it top end. It was the non-metal Cerious Technologies that displaced it. It exposed the amorphous metal sound of Indra as it lacked the splash of at least most metal interconnects. Ultimately that too was displaced.
I must say that I have had a large number of interconnect, speaker wires, and power cords and have not really found nirvana yet. I will always remember the thrill of being engulfed in the sound stage with Indra. Indra does seem to hold its value.