If youre feeding music data streams from a computer or server to a USB DAC or amplifier, the sound you get is totally at the mercy of the USB cable carrying the music data. And almost all conventional USB cables, cheap or expensive, sound terriblemainly because both their conductor wires and their plastic insulation are too thick, and the noisy USB power wires are much too tightly bundled with the signal wires. Many of the megabuck USBs add a fourth sonic sin: conductors of solid silver that harshen treble and smear bass.
CLEARLINK USB CABLES
Needless to say, our USB design goes hard over the other way: really thin conductors of pure copper; minimal insulation using an ear-tested, good-sounding dielectric; and unbundled wires spaced much further apart and only loosely constrained by a minimum mass, gossamer-like mesh. When you move from the compromised sound of a conventional USBeven an expensive oneto the Clearlink, its like stepping out of a smoke-filled room to breathe fresh outdoor air: refreshing newfound transparency; airy, extended treble that lets your ears relax; bass thats so well-defined you can almost touch it; and unveiled midrange harmonic riches that lead you deep into the music. And well guarantee that result against the top of the line cables from JPS, Synergistic, Acrolink, Siltech, Audioquest and Wireworld, cables costing from $460 to $3600.
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