High End Audio Cable Design - Part 2

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 09 2005 @ 05:41 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In part 2 of High End Audio Cable Design, audio engineer Adam Blake gets really technical as he define some of the more commonly referred to electrical properties and the roles that they play in audio cables.

This section is intended to define some of the more commonly referred to electrical properties and the roles that they play in audio cables. Many people fail to realize that cables have electrical properties just like any other electrical component in their system. Understanding these electrical properties is a necessary part of the cable design process. The statement made by far too many audio companies that electrical properties do not matter in audio cables is simply false.. Read on over at The Tech Zone.


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