Recognizing what we have not previously seen is at the heart of this hobby; is it not? Who before Linn recognized the importance of a turntable? Did you always believe cables could improve your system? When you consider the history of consumer audio there are more than a few examples of awakening to a new reality or accepting an idea you thought couldn't make an improvement. And there are always more than a few naysayers who have preferred not to try something or have approached the matter with a closed mind. I don't think you missed what I meant, rgibran. If this sort of cable cannot work in your system, I understand why you wouldn't try them. It requires a system that does not ask the components to jump through hoops just to produce possibly quite incoherent sound due to phase and timing errors. What you hear is what you hear. What I hear is likely not the same.
My cables haven't broken and IMO they sound better than anything else I can afford. I have a bag full of old cables heavy enough to use as a boat anchor sitting in my closet. I'm not new to this hobby and I know what live music sounds like. I understand the technical merits and demerits of what I am suggesting.
Tell me again why this cannot work. Tell me again why I cannot be hearing what I claim exists. Do you believe I'm the one who's deaf?