Extremely rare Michael Wolff speaker cable pair.
Silver/Gold ribbons in a carbon fiber sheath designed to eliminate RFI and EMI noise.
The cables are each over 10 foot long.
They are terminated with silver spades.
Wolff felt that the way most applications removed noise filtered out the highest frequencies because that part of the signal was where the RFI and EMI effected cables the most. I went over to his home multiple times to listen to different power cables with him.
The power distribution box, the speaker cables, the speakers and the electronics were always the same. He was testing out different transmission materials and different terminations to get the clearest sound he could. He sold me the power distribution box that I had on Audiogon. He also sold me the speaker cables that are here on Audiogon. He made the interconnects he used but never made any extra to sell that I know of.
He showed me some gold and silver ribbon cables and told me that they were what he used in the speaker cables but I have never taken the cables apart to verify that. He said that it was difficult for him to feed the ribbons through the carbon fiber sheathing without breaking the ribbons and I did not want to damage the speaker cables.
He used a Gryphon Mikado CD player but I do not remember the amplification. He never mentioned changing the interconnects.
Michael did not want to use any kind of filtering that would limit the frequency range of the signal - just use carbon fiber to eliminate external noise throughout as much of the system as he could.