I own this book about High-End audio purchasing called "The Complete Guide to High-End Audio" Second Edition. I don't know what Robert Harley is smokin' but I think I want some, so long as I am no where were I can buy cables. Just read this and tell me what you think- OK, so far it all appears to be BS, it gets better. Wait a minute, the amplifier can "see", wow! That is like space age or something isn't it? Words/phrases like nearly, reportedly, and no one knows exactly how or why...this works, makes me wonder how reliable this information is. Of course there is also doubt that stems from what I believe to be BS. I will tell you why no one knows, because it is all in the user's mind. If you believe it will sound better bi-wired, then go ahead, so long as you think it sounds better more power to you. Just don't call me when you are broke from buying $500 sets of cables. Again we see the non-absolute terms like "probably". There apparently isn't any solid evidence to support bi-wiring, go figure right? He probably uses styrafoam lifters for his cable runs and he probably can't conceal his wires either because the would be way to many. So that is contradictory, if a cheaper wire is good for the bass but a more expensive one is "sweeter" and sounds better with high frequencies wouldn't the cables have to be different. Well first I would have to believe there was a difference between cables to even question that, so I will let someone with extensive knowledge on how cables "sound" explain that one to me. I just thought this was interesting to read and to laugh at. Hope you enjoy it as much I have. P.S. Sorry for the long post.