I'm a sound artist and a field recordist. I have a few of these cables, in several lengths. I use them to connect active speakers to my soundcard, to go from my interface to amps or mixers, and on occasion I've even used them as adaptors for bespoke microphone inputs.
Cordial is a good brand, and the neutrik rean connectors work flawlessly. Since there is hardly any difference in sound quality between expensive and cheap cables, the distinction is really in the built quality, and here cordial is usually a brand to be trusted. I use these in the studio, but also when working on location (concerts, installations), and they perform adequately. I've not had a problem with one of them so far. And the gold plated connectors protect them against oxidation.
great connector or patch cables for a correct price.