mate, frequency proves electrons have astonishing speed, 1 GHZ is 1.000.000.000 hz per second,the period is P=1/F the speed of electrons in the period of that frequency is velocity = wavelength x frequency.
Would you like me to take the time to find the thread where this was discussed by builders in the DIY forum? And,, maybe you would like to write a letter to that university I linked to that said essentially the same thing?
I am not here to argue with you. Your argument is with those who make the claim that I am only repeating. In that DIY thread (if you want me to take the time to find it it) one person presented a scholarly piece by an engineer. If you want me to? You may find it helpful.
For my reasoning when I came into the DIY discussion was much like yours. I was dumbfounded at first when they told me I was wrong. Then, then months later a friend who is quite brilliant, who designs? He told me essentially the same thing about electrons. Who am I to argue with in that case? Apparently, there is something else going on that makes electricity with all it parts work so quickly.
In the mean time... audio cords and interconnects.... and fuses... all effect what we hear coming from our speakers. Experts can not explain even why burning in equipment changes the sound. But, they know it does in many cases. So? Who am I to argue?