Morrow, my first pair of something better than BJ or typical electronics store cables.
It made my 2009 Sony BD player sound like a completely different machine. Everything Morrow says their cables are supposed to help was evident. Especially the phase and timing, with BJ cables there was no location que's, with the Morrow Ma3's the location of sound was brought out like I had never heard in digital playback.
Basically these cables made my $350, at the time of 2009, Sony 3d BD player outperform my Sl-1800mk2 with 440mla, and complete low capacitance rewire from KAB.
It made me really listen to my cd's and ripped cd's on usb flash drive connected to BD player. Found myself totally engaged in waiting and listening for the next location que from the music.
These cables have an absurd break in time but it pays off in the end. Its no BS either, Morroe explains what u will hear at differnt hours of break in and it was spot on with my experience.
I went for these bc I heard so many talking about them on different forums so I thought there must be something to it.
I did note that I did not get the big improvement from my TT setup like the BD player. Could be bc of the more distortion and other problems with vinyl playback, or maybe vinyl playback does not have the same issue with phase like digital.
I cant wait to pair these Morrow MA3's to a good DAC that has great phase/timing to begin with.
Performance to value imo is very high with Morrow cables. I paid $140 for the MA3's on sale and trading in my BJ cables for even more discount. The Blue Jeans got blown completely out of the water. Morrow always has sales going on so dont pay full price ever.
And if you are not happy you have, I think it was 1 month to return them.
Morrows design philosophies must work.http://morrowaudio.com/