The sonic differences among digital audio cables are caused by jitter, which occurs as digital processors intermittently lose track of the digital bitstream. Jitter degrades sound quality by losing parts of the signal and replacing them with noise and distortion. Wireworld digital audio cables minimize jitter by providing sharper, cleaner leading edges on the digital waveform. At each price level, they provide the lowest jitter available, producing distinct improvements in clarity, smoothness and dynamic range.
A reference-quality optical digital cable, which utilizes 338 Borosilicate glass fiber optic conductors. The new termination technique provides improved clarity and dynamics that will thrill the most sophisticated listeners.