There are many postings on these boards pertaining to speaker wire ("the good...the bad...and the ugly"). General consensus seems to indicate that one need not spend mega-bucks on high-end wire; proper gauge for length of run seems to be the most agreed upon important factor.
Currently, there are very few posts pertaining specifically to interconnects from source to amp. I would appreciate opinions/comments as to whether there is any audio difference/improvement/benefit between low-mid-high end cables (high-end within reason...I am not prepared to take out a 2nd mortgage on my house!). Or, is interconnect cable design/material/quality and their impact (or lack thereof) on sound quality yet another audio "myth"?
P.S. Am currently using Kimber Kable PBJ's between my CD and integrated amp...both Cambridge Audio components.