Difference in sound between copper and silver digital cables?

Is there a difference in sound between copper and silver digital cables, or purely in the implementation?
Wig, many thanks for the Kudos - It's always nice to hear of someone else that is enjoying better sound due to the Helix geometry.

I've had many conversations with people about the various digital sample rates when used with the Helix SPDIF - and I (and others) have found that 16/44 provides exceptional sound quality, to the point where it becomes difficult to tell the difference between 16/44 and 24/192 formats.

Unfortunately 24/192 is as high as I am able to decode, so I have no idea what the maximum sample rate the Helix SPDIF is capable of conveying.

I'm hoping someone on Agon that uses sample rates higher than 24/192 might give the Helix a try :-)

Thanks for having the courage to take the plunge into the "Helix Pond" - I'm pretty sure you will also really enjoy the analogue Helix cables also .

If anyone else would like to try building them, take a look at

Click on the link for the interconnects on that page and then scroll down to (or search the page for)  …
"Can this cable be used for SPDIF purposes?"
It details the wires and RCA's I have found to work extremely well for digital purposes

Regards - Steve

 "  Copper tends to deliver more mid-bass body and weight and is not as well defined in terms of leading edge detail. Bass is a tad more rounded and yes this can vary, but in general is accurate."

This is pure bs. 

About digital cables; buy a piece of Vivanco kx 710 or 910 and terminate it. Then put some duct-tape under your jaw cause it will drop. Thank me later 
I am sure you like it and that’s wonderful.  Please try and be a tad more civilized here on the Gon.  Enjoy. 

The differences/advantages of copper and silver are much more obvious AFTER they’ve been burned in and AFTER they’ve been cryo’d. All cables should be determined to be in the correct direction, too. Otherwise, it’s like shooting blanks in the dark.