It is made with Cordial CIK 122 cable which has a fairly high capacitance (130 pF/m) so if you want to preserve as much high-end as possible, this might not be the best cable for you. Despite that, however, this is a pretty good cable. It is durable, well made and highly flexible. The only criticism I have is the inability to disassemble the plugs. I wanted to take a look at the soldering joints but couldn't manage to unscrew the metal covers from the plugs. I tried using pliers but it didn't help. I've never had a cable with similar issue before. The only logical explanation I could come up with is that the covers are probably glued to the plugs, which is not a good thing if you ever need to re-solder them.