Thank you jetter! That info helps alot.
So, if I will be using the Goertz cables just on the woofer end of my speakers bi-wire connections, I should still use the Zobel’s?
If I was to give my OPINION, I would place them between the + and - of the speaker’s woofer connections. I have read and in my experience the zobel networks have no impact on sound.
Out of an abundance of caution for your beautiful system it would be great if Ralph @atmasphere would chime in.
The issue here is that the Goertz cables have high capacitance. If connected to an amplifier with a poorly designed feedback loop, the result can be an oscillation that can damage the amp (and probably a tweeter) in very short order. This was a much bigger problem in the 1970s and early 80s. But just because an amp was made in the 21st century does not guarantee its immunity; its best to check with the amp manufacturer to be sure there isn't a problem. The ZOBEL network may or may not help (but won't harm) depending on the amplifier's design.