Title: Understanding Cable Shielding for Audio Frequencies Introduction: In the world of audio transmission, cables play a critical role in ensuring high-quality sound. However, they are vulnerable to electromagnetic interference (EMI), which can adversely affect the audio signal. Cable shielding is essential to prevent EMI and protect audio data from external interference. This article explores
In this post of “Audio cable design and fabrication” I will discuss a few designs and a few of my favorite products. The first design shows more information of the gas filled tube design with a suspended conductor. The goal in the designs presented below is high performance without a “house sound”. For an analog
Audiophile Inquiries: Unleashing the Potential of High Permeability Braiding in Audio Cables: Elevating Performance to New Heights
Introduction Audio cables are the unsung heroes behind high-fidelity sound reproduction. While their significance is widely acknowledged, the fine technical details that shape their performance are often overlooked. Among the key elements that significantly impact audio cable performance are braiding, film shielding, and the innovative application of high permeability braiding. In this article, we will
Audiophile Inquiries: Unraveling the Velocity of Signal Propagation in Copper and Silver: Unveiling the Influence of Surface Finish on Audio Frequency Response
Introduction: Signal propagation is a crucial factor in audio transmission, enabling the faithful reproduction of sound in various electronic devices and systems. Copper and silver, renowned for their excellent electrical properties, are widely used conductors in audio applications. Understanding the velocity of signal propagation in these materials and the impact of surface finish on audio
Audiophile Inquires: Exploring the Benefits of Air-Filled Tube Technology for Audio Cable Frequency Response
Introduction:Audio cables are crucial for transmitting high-quality sound in audio systems. In addition to factors like cable composition and shielding, the use of an air-filled tube as a conductor has a significant impact on the cable’s frequency response. In this article, we will discuss the advantages of utilizing a conductor suspended within an air-filled tube
The history of nano-crystalline copper can be traced back to the late 20th century when nanotechnology emerged as a field of research focused on manipulating matter at the nanoscale, typically between 1 and 100 nanometers.
Oxygen-free copper, also known as OFC or oxygen-free electronic (OFE) copper, is a type of copper that has been refined to reduce oxygen content to below 0.001%.
my focus shifted in 1981 towards developing an AI system, engaging in the creation of digital recording and playback equipment