Well thank god for my breakaway cable on my soundcard, or else the Master LE @ 1 meter wouldn't reach.
I've been listening to it for an hour, and I can't even begin to give a complete review yet because if I did, it would be an endless mish-mash of "OMG! This cable is so amazing!", so I'll refrain at this point.
What I will say is that if you plan on playing your audio at 44.1 kHz, prepare to be extremely disappointed.... not with the cable, but how unmusical and lifeless your music souds. This cable is made for extremely high quality sources, and most of those typically upsample. I have been upsampling my audio at 88.2 for awhile now (which I find is better for redbook than upsampling to 96. Even steps are easier for a resampler's algorithm to accurately interpret).
The detail that this cable reveals is not only stunning but mind blowing. Words that were sung by the vocalist and were unintelligible before are clear and concise now. But the resolution and clarity that you get from the bass frequencies are, without a doubt, the best feature of this cable -- not to mention the most impressive I've ever heard. The DAC in the Opera most definitely surpasses the quality of the Juli@ now.
And it makes me laugh when people say the Denon AH-D5000 have bloated bass.
They are some of the most transparent dynamic headphones on the market, and this realization is further echoed after throwing a Master LE 2.0 digital RCA into your system.
That's all I can say for now. I'm enjoying listening to my music too much to give it any more of a review. I want to spend a lot more time with it. And I can tell you that this cable will not leave my system unless it is replaced with a Revelation or Genesis. Virtual Dynamics' cables may not be cheap, but they are damn good and I'm extremely fortunate to have won this piece.