Now that I have the dream system of a young man fresh out of college. I've decided to refine the system by resloving any and all of the weak points my system may have. Consequently, I decided to begin by upgrading my speaker wire. Currently, I am using general RCA wire from Target and 12 gauge wire i purchased from a Radio Shack going out of business. It was a great deal for the time. The speaker wire is the thickest wire I have ever used in any system, but despite what I've read in some forums, it seems thick wire may not always be the best. Take a look at this excerpt from Guerilla Audios webpage.
"Everything, and I do mean everything, in the path of your music alters the sound in some way.
This is a simple, unavoidable fact. With cables, thin wire sound better than fat wire (and has better bass too). Short cables are better than long ones. With speakers and components every internal part has a signature sound, so we like our equipment to have as few parts as possible. With fewer parts, the quality of those parts is dramatically emphasized, so it's important to only use the best. Less is more in accurate sound reproduction. I want my music altered as little as possible, making it identical to what the recording engineer wants me to hear. That's exactly what our cables are engineered to do. Add nothing...remove the garbage...hear everything within your music."
What are the thoughs of this forum? Would new cables make a massive difference? I notice many people have blue jeans cables for their interconnects and speaker wire. Any experience would be great to share . . . Thanks.