Zavfino and Neotech OCC Interconnect

I am looking at some interconnects from these two companies, and was wondering if anybody had experience with both. Looking at the NEI-3001 from Neotech and the Arcadia from Zavfino. If anyone has experience with both of these cables, please chime in. I’m trying to find a cable that is not bright and more neutral sounding.



Cool. Make sure you allow st least couple of hours for each cable set to settle before you listen critically.

I have been impressed with the couple of SR Foundation power cables I have supplying power to my amplifiers 

I had Sonic Craft make me a 13' set of Neotech 3001 Mk. III single ended cables terminated with Cardas connectors and I think they give good performance for the money. They are neutral tonally, neither too bright nor rolled off. Another excellent bulk interconnect with similar, but slightly less energetic presentation is the Furutech FA-aS22 cable that VenHaus Audio sells. Chris can terminate cables for you with any of Furutech's connectors, depending on budget. Another cable with similar characteristics which has stood the test of time for me in numerous system applications is the Luminous Audio Synchestra. They aren't well known in the USA, most of his sales are in Japan. The owner will often offer you a better price than the listed retail on their website. The only caveat is that they are unshielded, a possible issue in some applications. I've never had an issue with them being unshielded, even with long 3 meter lengths. 

I own several sets of Zavfino Fusion (XLR) cables and they are excellent especially for the money!

@audio_is_subjective "Wow" are a bottom end model of IC's from Acoustic Zen; I think maybe he got them and Zavfino confused? I sure would get confused if I had been through that many cables too! 

There are many products on that list that many have settled on as their "end game" choices. I don't think even Jay from Audio Bacon would remember the differences between that many cables. And synergy considerations; you change one cable or component and you almost have to start over again with all the others. 

Having said that he is not the only one touting the Cerious Technologies products- the sale priced $500 Matrix might be comparable to $1000 IC's from the likes of Kubala etc.? maybe @bugredmachine could elaborate and provide a little more details about their sound?