I have upgraded both my amp and speakers and I doubt my Naim cable is really getting the best results from my new kit.
Obviously music is a personal thing, so I will let you know what I have run previously and if there are suggestions, please ellaborate over what the results are like.
My first 'real' hi-fi comprised of Meridian 200/203, Linn Intek integrated amp to Epos ES11s and I used Linn K20 cable. I changed the speakers for some Linn Nexus SEs and borrowed a bag full of cables. I ended up buying Nordost flatline gold which although not as expensive as the silver version, I prefered on that kit as with the silver, it sounded a bit sharp and clinical.
System changed with amps moving through Cambridge C70/P70 and to the Naim 102/180. Speakers changed to SBLs and the CDP to Naim CDX. Interconnects changed for Blue Heavens but speaker cables back to Nac5.
The Nordost flat sounded more detailed but also a bit bright and full Naim electronics can sound bright anyway, so moving to the recommended Naim cable calmed it.
Now I still run the CDX but have a warmer amp (Unison Research S8) and the Audio Physic Avanti III speakers. I am still using Blue Heaven interconnects and the Nac5 speaker cable.
My dealer loaned me some interconnects, but TBH the difference between them and the Blue Heaven didn't justify spending.
Also loaned me some speaker cables (Nordost Reference) but alas (or perhaps should that be relief since I suspect they were expensive even with his 50% off sale) they were too short for me to try.
I listen to a lot of female vocals and I also enjoy classic rock.
I have a friend down in Southampton who has some unused cables he is willing to lend me to try (vdH First Ultimate and XLO interconnects, and vdH Teatrack speaker cable) when he comes up next.
Since it is a bit hard to get a whole load of different possibles on loan to try - any other suggestions over which ones I should really consider.