|Our radically different digital interconnect designs consistently deliver large sonic gains compared to conventional digital cables. That’s because our radically different cable design greatly reduces the main cause of digital harshness: jitter. To their detriment - most hi-end digital cables increase jitter and making digial music sound edgy and harsh.|
Our impedance maximizing technology suppresses jitter much more effectively than the industry standard 75 ohm spec (a spec that has yet to be ear-tested). Adding in our uniquely thin conductors and dielectrics, solder-less monomolecular silver termination interfaces, and incomparably minimalist RCAs yields unparalleled transparency and tonal accuracy.
Our original Ultrathin Digital interconnect routinely won shootoffs against famous audiophile brand digital wires and optical cables costing $1000 or more. Our new Ultrathin Digital Ribbon upgrades original's thin round conductors with even thinner copper ribbons plus network chips derived from our top-of-the-line Omega Mikro cables. At only $53, the new Ultrathin Digital is one of the best bargins in high-end audio. 30-day money back.
THE PLUS OPTION: Another Step Up
All Clearview wires are available in a PLUS version, using conductors with our new stress-relieved metallurgy. The PLUSOption yields two primary upgrades:
• Decreases brightness and grain in high frequencies, reducing edginess in the upper treble without sacrificing detail; this is particularly noticeable with music coming from a digital source (i.e. CD players, computers, and iPods). The breathiness of singers and flutes, the metallic ring of cymbals is better articulated and less abrasive.PLUS is especially beneficial for digital interconnects sources, significantly reducing listening fatigue.
• PLUS lowers the soundstage noise floor, resulting in a quieter, more blacker background. This makes the most difference in quiet passages: held guitar or piano chords sustain longer and resonate more clearly as they fade into silence. Newly discovered details and nuances emerge from the negative space of the music on good recordings.
For fans of well-recorded acoustic music, small group jazz, or chamber music, we recommend PLUS without hesitation. Listening to loud, compressed recordings, the improvements will be audible but much more subtle.