After burning in the interconnect and the speaker cable for about 2 weeks with an XLO burn in cd and my old integrated cambridge 60 watts integrated and a big power resistor. Yes, did use a big output power to be sure it would be benificial. My Isoda ls cable was only terminated with spades on one side so had to use it '' bare ''. The spades on the virtue cable did allow me to use some force to tighten them. This is surely a big benefit compared to the isoda which is kind of fragile even when tinned. The cable is to long so it looks a bit strange so i will ask for 4 spades to reterminate them at the proper length!.
How does it sound? The first thing i noticed was more detail without becoming aggressive. Along with this it became a lot more spatial. Spatial sound is related to the ability to pass small detail information. SO i think it is money well spent.
I will connect the interconnect the next weekend. Still burning it in with my cambridge. Hope that it will give the same leap ahead. After receiving my spades i will cut a few inches to use inside my speakers.
All this is done with my 50 dollarcents surplus caps!!! Still did not receive my russian caps.
By the way the ls cable is a bit ridgid like a garden hose! It has a will of his own or is it its own? Connect it in the evening on one side and connect the other side at breakfast so to say.
I think you should buy it. The first buyer will get a pair of 50 dollarcent caps if he can prove that he is going to use them.
P.s this is the inside of my elipson ( from the internet) that will have its filter modified with virtue cable soon. Don't know the value of the caps but maybe will replace some of them too.