Originally Posted by Gizmologist
You are attempting to introduce claims into the discussion that are simply not backed up in the real world or germane to the OPs question. I have asked you to post a single installation or device that uses UTP in a single ended, unbalanced configuration for audio or baseband video xmission and I am still waiting.
A theoretical discussion of how UTP may be beneficial as compared to other theoretically possible implementations of cables absolutely is germane to the OP's question. I happen to prefer to take a wider view of the world which includes the possibility of non standard cabling being used. It is the preferred engineering approach as opposed to jumping to conclusions which may or may not be valid. The OP never mentioned which cables to compare the UTP with and so not jumping to conclusions about which type he prefers them be compared with makes sense.
I'm not sure what you expect from me regarding posting an example. I stated originally that I have heard there are some who like using it. I don't have any pictures of an instance since it is not something I've tried and am simply not exposed to many, if any, other installations than my own. You might take up your disagreement with someone who actually thinks the benefits of UTP are necessary in their system. I have not found cables to be the most pressing issue with my own system and so have not taken the time to try cables which I've theorized will offer improvements over what I use now. Someday perhaps I will get the time to try some UTP, STP, coax etc.