It's going to be difficult to get a meaningful answer to your question. First thing to remember, of all the cables in your system, speaker cables matter less than others as far as audible differences (in my experience.) Second, it's not just the speaker and cable in the equation, you also have to factor in characteristics of the amplifier. Both your speakers and the Chela cable are rather esoteric and rare, there's not going to be enough users of Vapor/Chela in combo to give you a meaningful response in all likelihood. The only way to really tell how the Chela/Vapor combo works in your room & system is to give it a try and compare them with something else. Personally, I never like to buy a new cable at new prices because there's always a high likelihood someone else's rave review product will be a loser in your system. I remember many years ago when every reviewer on the planet and many participants on audio forums were singing the praises of Analysis Plus Oval Nines. I bought a pair of new Oval Nines based on other peoples recommendations and they ended up being not one bit better than much less expensive Kimber 4tc. Needless to say, I took a loss on that one. Don't spend more than you're willing to lose on the resale unless you don't care about such things.
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