The level matching might have made a difference, I did nothing to either cable, both straight out of the box. To randomize, since we had only two cables and no real commitment to a serious scientific endeavor here she just flipped a coin. It wasn't double blind, she knew which cables were which and it's entirely possible that I knew as well since the dragon cables are slightly heavier but this was as little bias as I could muster.
I can do level matching and try again at some point if we'd like a more scientific endeavor. I just saw the argument on here, knew I had two cables and an extra set of hands and just threw together a relatively rudimentary experiment.
The awg of the moon audios is 24, is silver and 5 ft. long. The stock cables are copper and 10ft long but I'm not sure how to find the gauge of the stock cable without ripping it open, and I just don't want to do that. I'm no math whiz, so I'll let the people with more knowledge of this stuff work out the ohms.
I'm open to suggestions about how to make this a better test, so next time I try this, I'll have to level match the cables (I honestly never thought that would be a factor) and I'll try to figure out a way to avoid the possible weight bias.