Daiyo Digital Speaker Cables

5/5 (2 Reviews)


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OFC digital coax


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by leicanut a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: September 22, 2001

Bottom Line:   
the daiyo digital line of cables is a wonderful series of high-end cables. All metal ends, 24kt gold plate, oxygen free, extremely fine particle copper, shielding, great dielectric insulation, it has it all except the ad campaign, and the price, of the big boys.

as I've alleged in other articles, i am sonically challenged when it comes to detecing the nuances of how many angels are dancing on any of the audiophile pins of contention.

but if you can buy a lexus at hyundai prices, how much more do you need to know?

recommended.

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Product model year:   2000



Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Veda a an Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: January 31, 1999

Bottom Line:   
I've been using this cable to rate how good a high end digital cable sound. Besides the blue cable jacket, it looks exactly the same as those yellow video cables that come with new components. This led me to believe that it is nothing more than a video cable... until I read the label today. No wonder it sounds so much better than cheap video cables! Back in the old days, I compared this cable against Audiodyne Datalink ($70) and it came victorious. It has one of the best midrange and overall frequency balance. In comparison to a LAT Int D-20, it doesn't sound as transparent but it's still an excellent cable. Heck, I don't expect that much from a $10 wire. As far as I know, Daiyo doesn't make high end digital cables. But they certainly have the best low end digital cable in the world. Definite 5 stars.

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Digital Clock Noise?

I have an older CD player that has developed strange noise in the left channel only. I have tried the player in two different systems and with different interconnect. The noise is subtle and can only be heard in the quieter passages of the music - but it IS there. If you pucker your lips and make ... Read More »

Looking For Digital Coax Cable

Hi Guys, I'm looking for a new digital coax 75ohm cable to use between my CD player and my DAC. Need it to be 1.0m in length. I'm using an Audioquest VDM2 at the moment. Looking to spend around $200 to $300. I tried a Transparent Premium and didn't notice any difference. Thanks, JackRead More »

Can I split the digital output from my computer?

I have a digital PCM signal coming out of my computer to an external DAC. The DAC works fine, it's a Adcom DCA 700, but I'm thinking of adding another DAC to handle higher sampling rates. I don't want to replace the Adcom because it decodes HDCD. I'd like to run both. The computer only has the on ... Read More »

QA660 - SD Card wave, ape, flac and mp3 Hi-Fi Digital Audio Player

I watched QLS's digital music player for a while. The latest generation QA660 shows the potential to build a cost effective system with Hi-End sound. Any I2S DAC around $1000 for suggestion to match QA660? ● Single-thread framework programing aims at delivering ultra-accurate real time and u ... Read More »

Digital Audio Recorder and Microphone?

I currently own an Olympus WS-700M digital audio recorder, on the device there is an option to have an external microphone attached to the hole socket on the top of it. So I was wondering do you think the audio quality will sound BETTER if I were to buy a microphone and attach it to the audio recor ... Read More »

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