I'm thinking of making my own interconnects. The main reason is that I can make some for next to nothing, and I think that they could possibly turn out as good as anything you can buy. I also love soldering and DIY projects. :)
I'd like to try some using coaxial TV cable. I seem to remember that this stuff has 1Mhz of bandwidth, and the center connector is a fat solid core of copper. I know from experience that it is excellent at rejecting noise. I think it would work great.
I also thought about using either STP ethernet cable, or some studio grade Mogami microphone cable.
What are your thoughts and experiences. Has anyone tried this?