NBS Audio Cables

Can anyone give me info. regarding NBS Cables? I tried to reach them via there 800# and it was no longer in service. I called there regular no. and informed them about this and they acted as if they didn't no it. I have researched there cables and found some good info on it. My only concern is that, I think this is a one man operation or two (called the co. several times and the person who answer, is either the operator/secretary or Walter Fields who is the co. president. I wanted to talk to a sales or technical rep. and the answer is always, Mr. Fields is out of the office right now and will call you back. I would really like to try purchasing their cables/interconnects but because of these reasons I'm quite apprehensive and with the $$$ their charging for their products - I just want to make sure they're in the up and up. Also, could not find any dealer in the US except for one Mr. Pham who's in CA and his phone just keep on ringing.
I have also talked with Mr. Fields and had a pretty good impression of him.
Any info/explanation about this co.'s structure or whatever will be appreciated.
Thank you.
I have used their products are they are one of the better lines. Other companies like Pure Note and Silver Audio are aslo excellent. Just because a company is small does not mean that great products cannot be realized. In fact I prefer this over the big guys since we all know their money goes into overhead and advertising.
I too have had good response from NBS. A couple of times I needed information and I too was told Walter was out of the office, but I put my questions to an email and within the day I had gotten my questions answered.

I use Statement between preamp and power amp and also as speaker cables from mono amps. The interconnect cables had a very faint high freq buzz sound that my other cables did not exhibit. After some time, it is almost gone but not entirely. NBS had suggested that maybe there was an impedance mismatch with my gear (ARC LS5 to VT130). But the same existed when I tried an Adcom amp as a test and now with ARC CLassic 150s. When I asked NBS if I could stop by their office to try these cables in their system, they said that would not be possible. So it sounded like they did not have a system in house to do such a quick test. I still wish I knew what this problem was. I will have to try another preamp one of these days and see what happens. If I use the cable from phono to line or DAC to line, there is no buzzing.

I also asked about buying longer cables and reterminating to shorter pairs. NBS also told me this was not possible as each cable is configured to its final length. So if you end up with a cable longer than needed, you will just have to find a way to deal with that.

I tried NBS Master against so many a few years ago. See my reviews of SilverAudio cables on AudioReview. The Master was the clear winner, but the SilverAudio at the time was the best overall value with Cardas Golden Cross excellent in some links of the chain.

We can only try so many cable combinations for comparison. I too would like to hear the Valhalla or Dominus or perhaps the Siltech but for now the NBS brings on a level of resolution and harmonic richness than makes for an incredible musical presentation.

And yes, Audio Perfection here in Minneapolis is a great place to go as the owner is so good about letting customers try out products at home. That is what sold me on NBS.

I have used NBS for years and have AB'd them with my friends cables. They all ended up switching to NBS. You can't go wrong with NBS. I'm now using the line conditioner that blew away several top of the line units. I have monitor 0's.
Jafox, regarding your humm, I would suggest that you check your RCA connections. I had similar problem, turn out the connection between the RCA and the cable itself was bad. try wiggling it, and even rotating it. let me know what you find.
In response to Tekunda's question, I have both NBS Statement 3(on loan) and Valhalla , interconnect and speaker cable.I also use NBS power cords and line conditioners.
The Valhalla is an excellent cable , its attributes have been well covered in other posts.
Cables are system dependant , and in my system the NBS works more effectively. Without resorting to the typical audiophile descriptions, I find the NBS simply more musically convincing.It is a great cable when combined with
a full complement of NBS power treatment.