We once had a thread where people showed off their cables, and shared ideas on how to assemble them, or maybe you know a good place to get pre fabricated ones. I miss a thread like that so here we go. For a while I have wanted to get my interconnects sorted out, I think I have reached that point now. I thought I'd go with 8 audio cables, but decided to build my own. I'm using Supra Trico double screened silver plated OFC all the way through, this is 75 Ohm cable made for digital video and audio. I see no reason it can't be used for analogue audio though, the price is good for a silver plated OFC cable. The outer screen is made of OFC mesh, the inner screen silver plated OFC, and the core is stranded silver plated OFC. Now the cable I use for SPDIF is very short, so I stripped the outer jacket and screen from the cable, to make it more flexible. Hicon locking RCA at one end, Supra PPX at the other, the PPX fits the connector on my hiFace well, while the locking RCA fits well on the Atoll. I needed it flexible as it is sort of curled up behind my DAC, pushing my hiFace Two against the back of my DAC, and keeping it from dangling around, neat and tidy. Between DAC and preamp I have HGA LOK Silver Point RCA's on the same Trico cable. Outer screen is only connected at the source end. The latest addition is two 3 meter long cables, also made of Trico, but a different variation of the cable, a more flexible variant with a blueish tint. Since the LOK RCA's seem that have gone out of production, or at least aren't available in DK anymore, I went with Eichmann Silver RCA's in stead. While they are nice and all, I do think the plastic they are made of, should be able to handle the heat from soldering, at their price, that shouldn't be a problem. But if you work quick, it won't be. Again the outer screen is only connected at the source end. The cable replaced a Lindy Premium Gold cable, also 3 meters, I didn't go for a particular sound when I got the parts, I just got what looked best at the price I was willing to pay. To my surprise, this Trico + Eichmann Silver RCA cable is warmer sounding the the Lindy, I hadn't realized the Lindy was a bright cable. A very welcome surprise :yes: Show us yours don't limit your self to interconnects, power cables and speaker cables will do fine!