Speakers = Thiel 1.5
Amp = McIntosh MC352 (350 WPC)
Room = Living room with sheetrock walls, vinyl floor (over concrete slab) and overstuffed leather furniture. Room has two doors, a stairwell, and a foyer that are always open (no major standing wave problems). Slight slap echo, but not problematic unless volumes are high.
Arrangement = Speakers are placed within 1 foot of long wall, about 10' apart & 13' from listening couch. Listening couch is placed hard against back wall. No other options available due to layout & spouse-acceptance factor.
Now, given the above, what (relatively inexpensive) cables might y'all recommend? Keep in mind that with the 4-ohm impedance of the Thiels, there's some serious current to be used, and that smaller-diameter wires (higher-numbered AWG) are likely to be much more audible (probably in a negative way) than fatter ones. I'm currently running some '70s vintage Monster Cables of about 12 Ga.
Off the top of my head, I was considering some Kimber 12TC? Of course, if I knew what would sound good, I wouldn't be asking...
Thanks - Boomzilla (whom, despite the moniker, prefers flat frequency response)