Was wondering this as well.
I went all in on my headphone system as well but with Triode Wire Labs. Granted, I'm thrilled but discovered Lavri after the fact.
@devilboy TWL is great stuff and not surprised you’re really happy. I’ve since received my other Lavry cables and am likewise very happy with the improvements over stock cables as well as with their look and build quality. Despite being silver there’s still a great deal of musicality and tone along with excellent detail and soundstage characteristics. I’d say in overall character they remind me a lot of the Acoustic Zen Silver Ref interconnects I use in my big rig if that helps at all with perspective.
@soix that’s great news! Glad you’re happy. Too many times we focus on the equipment and not the music, right?
The Lavri stuff seems very well made and a no-nonsense approach to quality gear. I’m still interested in their headphone cables though. I forgot to mention that while all of my cableing is TWL, my headphone cable is actually Forza Noir Hybrid HPC.
Also, I found that the TWL cable loom is giving me an extremely natural sound without any emphasis on highs or lows or anything else. It doesn’t sound bright, it doesn’t sound warm. It just sounds right. It sounds... correct. I know that sounds very cliche and corny but that’s exactly what I’m hearing right now.
Hell no it’s not corny!!! It’s exactly what I strive for as well and not always easy to achieve. I’d describe the Lavri sound very similarly — very balanced and natural sounding. Frankly, being silver, I was concerned they might be hyper detailed, thin, or tipped up in the treble range especially as my Hifiman Arya Stealths are on the neutral/revealing side on their own, but I was very relieved that even straight outta the box that was not the case. Anyhoo...
@slaw Yeah, obviously I did too. More treble detail/air and transparency with a greatly expanded sense of space and soundstage but with no added harshness or lack of tonality. Did you find the same? I’m impressed, especially for the price.