[b]Zanash Diy Silver I/c Lead[/b]\n\nHaving read so much on the forum from Zanash, about his DIY cables, I thought I would try to make up some up myself.\r\n\r\nIf you don't know already the design is pretty straight forward, All I used was 4 X Gold plated RCA phone connectors,some PTFE Sleeveing, and the vital ingredient 0.5mm Pure Silver Solid Cable. Apart from the RCA Plugs,I purchased the material from Zanash, simply to make things simple. Making the Leads up was pretty easy, as long as you can solder,you are laughing. Just make sure you remember to twist the cables nice and tight.\r\n\r\nSo the million dollar question, was it worth it, a big YES. I can report like many others,that it's quite a eye opener. Without rambleling on to much, I am now enjoying a cleaner MID/HI Freq's, better soundstage. You seem to be able to pick up Studio Production flaws as well. This could be really heard on Janis Joplin's Pearl CD,Track 3 "Woman Left Lonely", you can hear where Janis's Vocals have been edited. I can also report, that the speed of instruments are now faster. One of My main Concerns,were put to rest,the Bass end is nice and clean,and hasn't lost any weight.\r\n\r\nSo what was I using before? Van Den Hull D102MKIII, which are pretty highly rated by many.I've always found them a very neutral cable,which they are, but against Zanash' design,you seem loose the speed and soundstage.\r\n\r\nThe only downside to these I/C's, is that may sound to detailed for some, Personally I love all the detail they capture. I can imagine these cables would really improve the sound of a cheap budget set-up.\r\n\r\nI would like to thank Zanash for such a great cable, I would recommend anyone to give them a try. So, now I've got the DIY bug, my next step is Zanash DIY SPEAKER cables,on which I will report on at a later date.