For a long time now, it has been arguable whether better quality (read more expensive) analog audio cables are really worth the money. I have found, as have many others, that aside from the cheap freebie cables which come standard with any new piece of equipment, there's not much perceivable difference between cables when placed in a double-blind test. A $15 pair of Acoustic Research cables sounds the same as a $40 pair of Monster cables and so on and so forth. This got me thinking last night. With HD-DVD here and the DD+, TrueHD, etc... sound formats being relayed through the analog 5.1 channel outputs at higher bitrates than previously known, will the difference between less costly and more costly RCA cables become more apparent? Will we REALLY hear the difference the manufacturers say is there? Will a $200 pair of pure silver cables sound noticeably better than the $15 Acoustic Research cables? Discuss.