In a recent thread "Digital Optical Cables" is taking place an on going discussion regarding the cost of the cables and the benefits in terms of sound quality. I have the feeling that the discussion will go on forever. In order to create even more doubts I would like to organise a (blind) test in order to verify if there is a real difference between cheap, expensive and DIY cables. The aim is to test the following cables: A) Expensive B) Cheap (e.g. Dixons) C) DIY With the following connections: 1) Digital coax from DVD to AV/Receiver - Dolby Digital 2) Digital coax from DVD to AV/Receiver - DTS 3) CD player to amplifier 4) AV/Receiver to speakers (multi-ch) 5) Amplifier to speakers (stereo) To organise the test we need the following: 1 hi-end CD player, DVD player, AMP, speakers 2 or more golden-ear listener 1 set of cables type A) 1 set of cables type B) 1 set of cables type C) Anyone interested? Any idea?