I'm venturing out into the area of interconnects for my components - changing out the Radio Shack stuff.... I'm starting with the source and the amp and decided to try Signal Cable Analog Two's since I read one word here to describe them as being "warm". I certainly don't suffer any illusions that any higher priced cables would make a difference with what I got, but I'm curious to see what these do in my system and they don't break the bank. Right now, my lsi15's have settled in and have opened up with more detail, deepening in the sound stage. The bass has become more pronounced, but as has been mentioned here many times, is not as tight or accurate as I would care for... It does have the "boom". I do have them on Dayton spikes (which was a pain since the thread patterns didn't match and I was not about to drill through the bases of my new speakers to install them - I ended up taking the threaded cone tips and inserting them in as far as the thread pattern would allow and then placing the felt backed silver discs underneath the points. They feel anchored on the floor now). For two channel listening though, I am very happy with these speakers. And HT has never sounded better with the lsic in the front.
Anyway, I'll start with these cables next week. If I hear a difference, then I'll upgrade the PC to the amp, then to the cd player, and finally, I'll try the speaker wires. I want to hear what, if any, difference I'll hear with each change out and keep it all the same cable.