Aural Symphonics Digital Standard Video/Digital Cables

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Digital Standard is a 75 ohm digital cable with roots going back to the mid 1980's. This digital cable was the first consumer electronics product to use a highly advanced insulating material covering the all copper conductor made by Dupont called Teflon AF (Amorphous Flouropolymer). This design is capable of a high degree of information retrieval from source components and this is paramount to maintaining signal integrity and transferring it intact to the next electronic component. Signal degradation occurring at the first component or source (compact disc transport, DVD transport, digital output device) can never be reconstructed or made up for later in the chain.



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Which digital audio standard???

I'm wondering about the multichannel digital inputs & outputs on AV receivers, etc.. Generally the specifications for these units specify only "digital coaxial" or "digital optical". As I understand it, [I][B]stereo,[/B][/I] ([I]viz[/I]. 2 ch), CD players, etc., use a standard called "S/PDIF", (S ... Read More »

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