And that is supposed to be comparable 2X.
I used the TMC Yellow Label to connect my B&K Ref. 10 preamp to a B&K AV6000 power amp for about 4 months. Since then I have audtioned the Wireworld Equinox III+, Nordost Blue Heaven, and Audioquest Viper; all in the $150 - $199 per meter price point. I found them all very similar in terms of presentation i.e. somewhat too forward for my tastes. The TMC Yellow Label was more laid back but the bass was a little too heavy. Detail was good and the mid-range was nice and full. Their claims of besting more expensive cables are exagerated. Instead, I found them to be the equal of cables such as those I mentioned. Cables are very system dependent and should be audtioned before making any decisions.
South 43 and Gallaine, I appreciate your responses. I know their cables can't be too bad, considering their price. And $100 doesn't usually put you in with any heavy hitters when you are talking hifi anything. I can't help but wonder though, where are all those reveiwers that consistently and constantly rate TMC cables 'full-on kick-ass' five stars over at the review? Maybe my request for objectivity acted as too much a deterrent.