First up the Dita Awesome Plug Silver.
Although it is made up of several metals for convenience sake I will just refer to it as silver.
The silver version certainly adds more overall body to the music playing, a nice boosted sub bass, the bass itself getting a bit more thump yet retaining its distinction.
I really enjoyed it especially with the Campfire Audio Vega.
I suspect its the mysterious mix of metals that make up the Truth Awesome silver version that have rendered this to be not your usual silver cable.
3T is available on both silver and copper versions.
Usually silver cables tend to boost mainly the lows and the highs, or at least center their energy and focus at those areas.
The Silver versions seems to have a certain warmth to it, smooth, rounded, a nice mid section, yet also retaining the dynamic lows and brilliant highs.
When using with the Andromeda it retains the spaciousness and air that I have become accustomed to, vocals are wistful and liquid like. The sound although dynamic it retains that certain linearity that I love about the Andromeda.
Clarity, depth and extension.
The Campfire Audio Dorado seems not a good match, the way the Silver Awesome plug subtlety brings up some of the mid section doesn`t always agree with the Dorado designed sonic signature.
When combined with say The Pixies it certainly shines.
Turning to the Campfire Audio Lyra ii the silver cable certainly enhances the earphone, with its XXx signature with its rolled off highs that result in a lush and intimate experience, the Dita silver cable brights up the high end more and recesses the mid ever so slightly turning it more towards the linear.
I like it.
With the Nova which has a similar signature of XXx to the Lyra ii the experience is very similar, even more linear. Bass is strong, mids slightly tames, high end brought up.
But each to their own.