Fair enough, but I'm not really talking about the broader cables debate, which I'm not interested in throwing my hat into.
On this very simple and limited issue I do need some clariffication and whatever my own views on cable, for this question I will assume that wire does make a difference for the sake of avoidng tangents.
If I put it like this -
Let's put down the cable debate and assume for the sake of argument that wire used does make a difference.
Within this world-view and ignoring all broader on-going debates -
Can anyone give me a logical reason on how using wire in an interconnect that is thicker than the wire in the headphone cable make any difference.
A logical reason.
If no one can I'll assume the claim, as it sounds, is nonsense.