Hi. Sorry, just really busy elsewhere and I’ve not got email notifications enabled.
Michael. I will DM you my bank details.
Incidentally, I can see how people may think I was playing a joke here but I’m not.
I honestly cannot bring myself to charge someone £90+ for a cable that is sonically identical to a £2 cable off Amazon.
I’ve been in and around audiophile kit for 25 years. I had a revelation about 18 months ago when researching how recording studios are engineered (I was looking for inspiration for room treatments). There was a useful article on cabling.
Basically, any cable that has been constructed for studio or gig use is perfect for home use too. So, I got hold of some Kimber cables from end-to-end in my system (at about £2 / m) and the results are perfect.
To think that an ethernet cable can make any difference to perceived sound quality is so vanishingly small its simply non-sensical to pay above the odds.
The only kit that makes a difference to Roon sound quality: speakers, amp, DAC.
I hate to say it but the Roon Nucleus also falls into the camp of dubious claims. But, to be fair, its a solid and well-engineered product and so it should give years of reliability. But it won’t make a smidgen of difference to sound quality.
Anyway, each to their own!