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at this point it is almost imposssible to predict the performance of a cable. listen to as many cables in your price range as possible.
until a cable has been heard in manu systems, it is hard to have confidence that it will perform in a certain way in another system.
in other words, if say, 100 ( ??) users report a consistent sonic characteristic, there is insufficient corroboration to satisify one's objectives.
maybe 100 is too high, but some number isn't
oops i goofed. i meant to imply that if there is sufficient corroboration of a sonic signature, one may have some confidence that the performance will be replicated in another stereo system. but, since such an approach is inductive, there is only some probability of getting the same results as others.
Audition the Kimber KS-1030 and Synergistic Tesla
Apex ICs, from The Cable Company. Both are very transparent, will convey everything on your recordings(for better or worse) without getting sibilant, without loss of ambient info(great sound staging), and without breaking the bank. (http://thecableco.com/prodListing.php?cat=16)
You might consider Harmonic Technology Magic Link II interconnects. I use them from pre to amp and what they did for my system was bring everything together. It was no more listening to the tweeter/mid/woofer. Everything coalesced into a tapestry of sound. The sound is detailed, smooth and open. Just my 2 cents!
Good question(s) Alex, i am using a variety of xindak cables, for entire system. I don't think they are bad cables but I am sure there are better.
Cables - 1.5 meter from Steelhead to neo's is all i need now....if i can make a noticeable increase in quality by changing those then i will look at the speaker cables.