Actually, thank you for your input. The site is just getting started up, and customers have a responsibility to get grouchy, so to speak, when information isn’t there to make a good initial decision. As good a value as I try to design in, these are expensive cables so we are trying to be "different with data for the customer. You never thought so much went into cable!
I mentioned I would not market ICONOCLAST such that ANY cable will provide attributes that are not built onto the design. So yes, proper product descriptions are a requirement for ICONOCLAST. This goes for the technical performance as well as physical.
I hope that we are getting there with necessary information not available on cables elsewhere. And the information`s basic concepts apply to ALL cable, so you can cross shop to get what is best for you.
We will be adding a customer comment section that will not only let you offer good responses, but negative ones, too. The negative responses allow us to tailor information to better make sure ICONOCLAST is a fit for you, and which cable. Returns are accepted 100% but they are a pain, still. Getting you what you need when you need it is our responsibility when requested.
I apologize if my response read like I was being negative. Sorry. I was trying to be honest and offer an alternative that might better fit your application. Of course we all want a Ferrari, but I have a VW GTI. The best simply doesn’t fit how I REALLY need to use the car most often. Cables are the same. Some won’t be mechanically appropriate for your least common denominator.
I made my home application fit ultra high performance, and accepted the limitations listening to music. ICONOCLAST is unabashed design to reach the best audible excellence, and at a REASONABLE price. OK, a Porsche boxter price verses a Ferrari. But the least common denominator is how the move the signal, with REASONABLE fitment physicals. True race cars ride pretty stiff.
The idea is that if audio is you main squeeze, you can work in quality cabels much like PS Audio gear. It is not “cheap” but it is obtainable and at a higher level of performance. A good price on bad products isn’t a deal, a good price on products that exceed expectations is. Part of that is meeting YOUR needs and on your first purchase.
Again, sorry we didn’t provide what you needed, and when you needed it such that it was useful. The best customers are those that expect the best from us, and say so! I salute you sir.