STUPIDLY high resolution pure silver interconnects

Several months ago I posted about making my own pure silver interconnects, and how much I liked them. Since that time, I have been relentlessly making other designs, copying other manufacturers build principles. I've built braided like Kimber, Venhaus, Tara copies, ect, ect. I've also experimented with various wire gauges and dialectric materials. NOTHING I did bettered my own previous DIY cables though ..... UNTIL :
During some reading, I realized that several different, independant reviewers have ALL said the exact same thing about one particular cable, and that cable was the soild silver Vacuum State interconnects. What EVERY one of the reviewers said in common was : "I've heard things in my familiar recordings that I never knew was there" .... One of the reviewers, Roy Gregory of HiFi+ actually explained the EXACT construction used in issue number 60.
It is one 29 gauge signal run, and two 29 gauge return runs of solid silver, enamel coated magnet wire. TIGHTLY TWISTED TOGETHER. Not being able to get silver magnet wire myself, I made an exact copy but used pure unbleached cotton covered silver wire and twisted it tightly together. It twisted easily and stayed PERFECTLY. Eichmann bullets are used on the Vacuum State, so that is what I used also.
I am VERY embarressed to have to say this, because it sounds like a reviewer's used car salesman line, BUT : I'm now hearing all kinds of things I never knew were in my recordings I have been listening to and using as a reference all of my life !!!!
I truly did not think this was possible, and thought it was something reviewers said to fill up blank space on their page. I could go on and on, but I've NEVER heard more resolution. They are NOT BRIGHT, but border on ruthlessly revealing. Insanely good soudstaging and imaging, with shimmering, detailed highs and tight, deep bass.
The point on solder and surface area is well taken. However, would you hear the difference and if so how much difference would you hear? Solderless plugs exist, but the only one that comes to mind now are made by Furutech. I don't think they are silver plated though.
Another option is soldered termination employing a solder alloy approaching pure silver. I have had conversations with a new cable manufacturer that is taking this approach with a hybrid of precious metals conductors and Oyaide connectors.
If you think you heard of all silver cables then you haven't hear them all. Silver is not neccessary brighter than copper as it is really down to the design. Shielding has a lot to do with impacting the sound as well. Most of interconnect are not properly shielded.

It is not one size fits all so don't expect just use 1 size of the solid core to make the cable.

From my personal experience, there is noticeable
differences between the 3N silver (99.9) vs 5N silver (99.999 ) for audio. The more pure silver the more clarity. Purity has nothing to do with brightness as some folks might mistaken clarity as birghtness. As far as connection termination goes, the differences is not as great compare to the material and the design of the connector iteself. I found the Eichmann is best for the price in terms of sound and performance. The WBT connectors is still very good but takes few hundred hours to break in. Never use exotic connectors like the big "B" brand. Cardas silver and gold are good budget connectors and can work well if choose the right cable design. They are lack of clarity compared to Eichmann and WBT. Neutrik connectors are good as well if you are looking for darker tone.
I recently built a pair of similar interconnects. Used Neotech 28ga silver chassis wire(Teflon jacket), braided throughout and terminated with Vampire XLR connectors. Very high resolution without any harshness, a little light on bass though, which is fine since my speaker can load up the room at times.
enjoy your resolution.

every once in a while, ask yourself this question ?

does the music sound more resolved than what you would hear in person, if the musicians were performing in your presence ?

perhaps an analogy will halp.

look at your hand with your "naked" eyes. then place your finger or hand , if possible, under a microscopic of some magnification. which view do you prefer ?

would you rather see the forest as a whole, or, each individual tree in the forest ?