I've not heard anything in that price range but will say I was quite stunned by the improvement wrought by Blue Jeans ethernet cables @ $17 per 1m pair.
May I suggest that you may wish to first read this simple review on Ethernet cables before you drop a lot of cash on them.
in brief: focus on quality build connectors and proper cable shielding and don’t assume just dropping a lot of $$$$ on a brand name automatically gets you what you need
REVIEW:What causes audible differences in network cables
Here is what a professional network engineer (and Audiophile) posted on CANUCKAUDIOMART recently
I have been optimizing my digital rig (before my DAC) for the last 2 years.
I found out that everything matters to a more or lesser degree: from Ethernet cables, to power supplies, to power conditioner and to switch...
Ethernet cables: I am using Ethernet cables from sotm and they had a significant impact on the static noise levels with especially older recordings
Power supplies: I am using Farad3 LPS for my swith and audio PC and they contributed to the soundstage width
Power conditioner: I am using an Audioquest Niagara 1200 to power my switch and audio-pc and it contributed to the musicality (with an little more energy in the sound)
Next update will be replacing my modified HP swith with a Farad3 LPS to a maxed out sotm switch with Farad3 LPS and Hurricane cable...
I have experimented with Ethernet cables a lot. In all price ranges. From consumer grade to Shunyata Omega Ethernet.
First remark: do not expect too much. Ethernet cable is NOT transformative. It will not make a $200 streaming setup sound like a $20,000 setup.
Second, to me, best Ethernet cable, period, is the Synergistic Research Atmosphere X Reference. About $1,000. Cheaper if used or you know a “friendly” dealer.
Third, best no brainer budget Ethernet cable: this Ghent cable from China: https://www.ghentaudio.com/pc/et11.html
I have a Cat 6 filter, several Cat 7 cables and the ne Cat 7u and then ENO.
The new Cat7u is very good. I prefer not using the ENO with the Cat7u. It add a sort of artificial airiness with a touch of grit. It was better with the Cat7.
I have moved from Supra CAT 8 (good) to Wireworld Starlight 8 (better) to now Audioquest Vodka (best of the 3). Each step was an audible improvement, with the AQ Vodka a significant increase in quality from the Wireworld Starlight 8, which was very good.
I intend to try out the WW Platinum 8 when I can find a 10" used cable. I live in a spacious 1 BR apt. in NYC (by relative terms) and there are a a lot of cables stuffed behind components, router, etc. and some have to stretch. Neal