There is a big difference between being bitter and using common sense based on sound concepts of physics. We just don't like to see gullible hornswoggled into believing total pseudo tech BS. Things like media types, preamps, EQs, amps speakers, room treatments etc affect the sound in all its minutiae.
Not once in 30 years since the idea of cable BS was hatched and foisted off on a totally novice and technically ignorant public has anyone demonstrated the differences they claim between appropriate sized and constructed cables.
We are still waiting for ol JS
to stop hiding and actually post a pic of his 36" reel of Alumiloy and its actual specifications.
Don't worry Joe, we won't hold our breath.
BTW kids, loop resistance in an IC or speaker cable in a home scenario of very short cable runs is a totally meaningless concern. Once you step into the pro world THEN it has some merit in cable length as we may have a couple thousand feet of IC cables and several hundred of speaker cables.
We also run sync signals and delay lines for fills that are time dependent and higher resistance in smaller gauge cable does cause some issues.
Tess you continually wax poetic about "networks" on cables. Please tell us what they do and technically how they function. Otherwise you are just parroting sales hype(BS) from another ripoff company.