After building a variation of the TNT audio UBYTE-2 cable, I could not help but reply here. After putting around 1000-1500 hrs on my new SP-14, I was very pleased with the way my system sounded. I was satisfied that everything had burned in sufficiently and very happy overall. For the last 3 or so years, I had been using braided CAT5E speaker cables as well as innerconnects. I decided to go ahead and give the UBYTE-2's a shot. I had a problem finding coax which had copper foil, braid and center conductor, so I went with Terra Labs RG-223U which has a silver plated double braid and silver plated center conductor. Mine are almost the exact TNT recipe, only I swept the center conductors over, whereas they 90 them over twice, creating a stressed connection. Do I know what the parameters of these cables are? No. Do they sound better than the CAT5E cables? HELL YES!! I can say that confidently because several other sets of ears agree, and they are NOT audio inclined people. I would love to learn how to measure them and report the findings. The midrange is clearly the best part. Complicated passages of heavy rock music now sound infinitely clear and detailed, whereas with the CAT5E cables, those same passages seemed to "fall apart" when pushed hard. That is not the case anymore. Jazz and easy listening vocals are incredible. The cable was $1.65/ft. and I built a stereo bi-wire set, heat shrink, connectors and all for right at $100. BTW, I have never bought into the idea that cables made any real difference until now, but that may be due to the quality of components I owned in the past. I work on the nuts and bolts of the cellular communications system nation wide for a living, and although there is the rare occasion where they require "Cheetah" cable or "Telco-flex" for their DC power systems, it has never gotten much crazier than that, so I've never had a reason to give cables a second thought. That is, until now.