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By Byron Bae
I'm looking at some speaker cables and wondering why some speaker cables use a dielectric which reduces the total gauge? Surely more wires would be better than seperating each one, I mean they start and end joined together anyway.
Has anyone found they sound better or know the science behind it? Or is it just a raught?
Item Condition: Excellent condition Shipping Options: Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Caulfield South State: Victoria Payment Method: Paypal, EFT, PayID Reason for selling: Just upgraded to KLE Qflow XLR's Further information:
I've had these cables for three years to connect my pre-amp and power amp.
I've recently upgraded, s so i'm looking to find them a new home.
Happy to answers any questions
Item: Chord Mojo
Price Range: circa $400
Item Condition: Used
Looking to acquire a Chord Mojo. I've had a look through these classifieds history and circa $400 seems to be reasonable for something in 9/10 condition. If there are other accessories then note these and their price.
If you have one of these with a dead battery but it still fully operates via usb power then let me know and can negotiate a price, as I will get the battery replaced.
Can pay via Paypal.
Item Condition: AS NEW Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Blue Mountains State: New South Wales Payment Method: EFT, COD Reason for selling: NLR Further information: In AS NEW condition, with all Accessories, BNC cables and Box. RRP approx $7500
Digital Upscaling with 1 million taps via proprietary Watts Transient Alignment FPGA algorithms.
From Chord Electronics:
"Upscale standard 44.1kHz digital audio up to 705.6kHz (16x CD’s 44.1kHz native resolution), ready to be passed to a suitable DAC
Hugo M Scaler extends its upscaling performance to 768kHz (from 96kHz input data) for our dual-BNC-input DACs: Qutest, Hugo 2, Hugo TT 2 and DAVE.
"The Hugo M Scaler brings the unrivalled advantages of our ground-breaking FPGA-based WTA (Watts Transient Alignment) filtering technology to digitally connected audio devices, dramatically improving sound quality."
Connectivity (input): 1x Galvanically isolated Type-B USB, 2x Coax BNC and 2x Optical
Connectivity (output): 1x Galvanically isolated dual BNC (enables upscaling to the maximum 768kHz), 1x BNC S/PDIF and 1x Optical
PCM support: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz, 358.8kHz, 384kHz, 705.6 and 768kHz – 16 to 32bit
Driver support: Driverless with Mac OS X and Linux, driver required for Windows OS
The most advanced digital filter in the world
Adjustable sample rate output (with pass-thru mode)
Video mode (for lower latency)
Auto video and source selection
‘DX’ controls for a future product design
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