Exactly. They are allowed by law to quote subjective claims, but they make no objective claims of their own about the audio quality. That is the point I was making, albeit perhaps not well.CnoEvil said:There were subjective descriptions of the sound of the cables, from people who should be good at assessing what they hear (if you take their comments at face value):Leif said:
The link does not make any claims other than those you would expect of any respectable cable maker. Thus "They know that our materials and construction are the finest obtainable," does not actually say anything about the sound, just that the cables are well made. Isn't it odd that there are no specific claims?
"Low level detail, dynamics, and effortless reproduction are just fabulous. I hate to say it but my other cables almost sounded a little compressed by comparison, the sound just seems to open up more. . . . I could swear I hear more extension in the top as well as the bottom.” (Roy Halee)
“The difference the cables made was amazing. Obviously cables can’t make the source signal better, but they almost always make it worse! Cables are a source of noise and other very audible distortions. They can limit resolution, dynamic range and distort the tonal balance. Transparent Audio makes fantastic cables because they understand how to eliminate the noise problems and create a neutral cable.” (Bob Ludwig)