Recommendation Speaker Cable around $1000-$2000

Need opinions from the pros here...Does anybody know speaker cables around 1k-2k with amazing sweet, transparent and detailed sound?

My system is VAC sigma 160i and BAT vk-60

speakers are Reference 3a and tannoy kensington.
If it were me, I wouldn't spend more than 2 times whatever the speakers cost on speaker cables. The only exception would be if you are going to bi wire externally (2 separate runs). Use the same pricing structure I list above about not spending more than 2x what the speakers cost, and just get 2 pairs.

To clarify: Speakers cost $1000, single run non-biwire no more than $2000, double biwire, single run cable x2 - $4000.
“Speakers cost $1000, single run non-biwire no more than $2000, double biwire, single run cable x2 - $4000.”

WOW, that shoots the old 10% rule, not just out the window, but into the stratosphere.

That’s your opinion, and it’s OK, but given a $5000 budget, I think it makes more sense to spend $4000 on the speakers and a $1000 on the cables.

With the Reference 3A’s, it seems like the best synergy would be to use their cable. I can’t help but think that some form of this is used for internal wiring. Using something else would definitely change the character of the sound, which could appeal to you. The only way to know is hear it in your system, but using 3A’s with their cable makes a good starting point.
mgaudio planus 2 which in my system smoked a kimber 3033. They now have a planus 3 which I have not tried but plan to.
Well, its about time. Thanks Tls49 for questioning my ridiculous post. And you were nice about it too. Aprica88, I in no way meant to offend you. You're welcome to spend your money any way you choose. My first post was just to get you to look at your initial post a little more objectively. Just listing your price range like that, and nothing else, is IMO, a really bad way to go about selecting cables. (We must have posted our 2nd posts at close to the same time because I didn't see it even though my post shows up after yours.). If you want to make the right choice, you really need to try some cables firsthand. There's just no other way to do it. There are many reasons for this, but with cables, sometimes you end up liking the cheapest ones the best. Its possible that you may end up choosing something for your max budget of $2000, but there's a very good chance you may like something for $500. No point in locking yourself out of a good choice just because its cheap.

Someone above mentioned you try The Cable Company. I couldn't agree more. Their one of the most valuable resources an audiophile can have. I've been using them myself for many years and wouldn't do it any other way.