I guess this is more of a general question about speaker cables. I just ordered a Phil Jones BP800, and I'm going to run it through a couple of Bag End S15X-D 115 cabs. Right now I've got a couple of generic Speakon to 1/4" speaker cables to wire them in parallel. The BP800 manual says: "We recommend that you use PJB high current speaker cables; which are dedicated high-current, low-resistance cables. Using inferior cables will greatly impair the performance of your system, even more so if you are running a 4 ohm speaker load." How accurate is this statement? I get that cheap cables can break or be unreliable, and long cables can suck tone, but can a perfectly functional but generic Speakon cable really "impair the performance" of the system?