Thanks Baddog. Good insights from the Lampizator site. For some over-the-top audio market-speak, the description of these Schitt "Pyst" 6" RCA interconnect cables can't be beat (http://schiit.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=0&products_id=12):
PYST was the god of drinking in Norse mythology. He’d be much better-known if he wasn’t getting schiit-faced all the time. Or, well, not really. PYST stands for Put Your Schiit Together, a set of short cables that make stacking your DAC and amp easy.
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PYST cables are made from only the finest 6-nines Unobtanium™ alloy, molecularly assembled in our Alternate Universe™ reality-distortion tesseract field , using a secret geometry reverse-engineered from crashed UFOs, painstakingly smuggled out of Area 51 by deep-cover operatives. Performance is further enhanced by the use of a QuantConnect™ quantum-entangled pair of transmission interfaces, held at absolute zero by our exclusive Stasis Field™ technology. The cables are then wrapped in NanoAeroCap™, a nanotechnology-enabled aerogel anti-capacitance insulation system, featuring Fractal Interleaved Geometry™ to create negative inductance for maximum audio transmission quality.
Or, er, well . . . again, no. These are nice, high-quality cables, with solid, reliable connectors. And they’re short. And not too expensive. That’s it. Hope you like them!
Important info: The RCA Pysts are about 6" long, excluding connectors. That's 6 inches. Not feet. And not none of that fancy metric stuff, we're dumb Americans here. The balanced XLR Pysts are about 9" long, excluding connectors. Same disambiguation applies.