For cables to cause sound quality differences are we looking for a new property no one has yet found, or the actions of an exisiting known property?
It seems to be that we have ruled out the existing known properties of cables even if it just be the lack of consitency between property and affect on sound quality. Would it not be brilliant if lowering the capacitance increased the treble?!!!
So we are looking for a new property. And it is not even as if we are at the stage of the first suggestion of the Higgs Boson, we have not even got that far, in 40 years of audiophile 'cable science'.
I hear you, "cable science" is far from that. It's little understood I suspect, and if at all there's any science behind it--it's obviously not known science. That's the gist of what I'm saying.