Got two pairs last week and very pleased with them. They increased the bass and improved the midrange and treble IMHO. At £12 each it's a bit of a no brainer really. You could try them and if you don't like them you have not lost a lot of money.
Solomon1:Yes, definitely. Beating the van den Hul "The Name" interconnect with ease. It's letting through far more musical details AND it's more neutral than the VDH. It's far cheaper too.
Come on guys, let's be realistic. Yes the Gotham cables are brilliant value for money but they are not easily better than £50 cables. I've used VDH The Name interconnects and I would say that the Gothams are by no way embarrassed by them. I played around with my Gothams and Chord Cobra 3 and Crimson. I found that they were of similar quality which for the difference in price is excellent. My main interconnect (I use the Gotham to link my receiver and my amp) quite rightly blows the Gotham out of the water.
If poss, I'll also do some general listing with the Cambridge Audio DAB500. Of course, the problem is that you can't do repeat tests with radios. The only reason is that I've found that the ICs seem to sound different when used with the DAB500. I haven't done enough long term testing on this and I suppose the point I'm trying to make is that perhaps different ICs will invoke a different output when connected up to different equipment. More on that later.