I had heard of TEO from great reviews at the electronic trade shows and auditioned them. I was blown away by their dark background, sense of ease and musicality. They simply didn't stand in the way of the music. I remarked to my dealer that I was constantly hearing new information out of recordings I had heard dozens of times.
I'm not an engineer and don't understand all the mumbo jumbo about metal and liquid and so on. I just know these babies work and they took my very high end system several notches higher than my previous expensive cables. I honestly didn't think that could be done but the TEO cables did the job in spades.
Speaking of spades. These are three meter TEO MHD standard cables with spades on both ends. Cables are mint and look brand new. They are a little over a year old.
I will pay for standard shipping in the continental United States. If it's an international deal, the buyer pays. At my asking price I will split costs with PayPal users. I will also accommodate bank wire transfers.
You may not hear about TEO much in the U.S. but they are the rage in Europe and sell for super high prices. The liquid used in these cables reportedly costs $100,000 a gallon!
The ONLY reason I am selling them is because I'm downsizing to a smaller house with only one stereo system and will no longer need such a long length. I am pricing them at more than half off to sell fast. Make me an offer! Thanks for looking.
Here's more info from the TEO website.
"TEO's Liquid Cable interconnect , digital and speaker cables are best characterized by their absence of character. When you replace your existing interconnect cables with Liquid Cable, different recordings simply sound more different and, consequently, more like themselves. Setting aside, for the moment, stock audiophile descriptors like dynamics, air, and soundstaging, what you’ll hear with Liquid Cable is information: unvarnished and uneditorialized. What type of violin bow, how far from which type of microphone, producers' tricks, edits and effects; in short, all of the information that brings us closer to our ideal of being there."