Ohm's law is not everything ...
To restrict the parameters of an analog audio cable construction just to basic electrical values such as inductance, resistance and capacitance would be too simple.
This would correspond to the knowledge of past decades and produce as a result physically completely wrongly designed cables.
The transmission of an analog audio signal, which is composed of different wavelengths as well as voltage and current intensities, is very complex. Time constants, in particular, play a decisive role.
Take into account as well unwanted effects such as microphony (mechanical modulation), electrostatic electromagnetic induction, piezoelectric, eddy current losses, transit time differences (phase shifts), transient distortions, electrical reflections, foreign interference, conductance, inductance, capacitance, etc..
These influences make the development of a neutral cable not an easy task because countless design details have to be considered, all of which are unfortunately are entirely impossible to realize, and sometimes even stand in contradiction to one and other.
Our highest priority: neutrality !
During the development of the GERMAN HIGHEND silver cables, sound-relevant design features were discovered by countless time-intensive listening comparison sessions in various high-end systems, measurements, over 30 years of Know-How, a pinch of luck, and last but not least we mention, a good red wine ...
Extensive tests of different cable assemblies and materials had to lead to the logical result.