Wireworld Cable Technology Audio Cable Polygraph Test
Look guys, i never attended an audio show to take a polygraph test! Can't you just take my word for it that i wasn't there, didn't see anything, and can't recall. What difference does it make anyway? I do thank and very much appreciate you for that time you did that thing for me with that guy as it really helped.
Wireworld Cable Technology owner David Salz was showing how a cable sounds by first using no cable, then using a variety of cables so you can hear the difference. We used their reference first, which is the direct gold spade to banana plug.
Then we went to basic speaker wire followed by the same wire with positive and negative leaders being separated a bit. This separated version reduced the magnetic field interaction. Basically, regular zip cable has more highs yet suffered in intrinsic dynamics. The separated zip was closer to the direct.
Then we went to Wireworld's $2 per foot Helicon 16 cables, which were a 'between' sound. Lastly, they swapped things out for the company's Helicon 16OCC 7n that is $7 per foot. It uses a smaller gauge than the regular 16 yet it made with a higher purity of copper wire. The Mini Eclipse 7 is $700 per foot and had the most transparent and dynamic, large and small, than all other cables.
Wireworld also showcased their full line of cables, including the new Starlight Ethernet, which is said to be the first high-end network cable that meets the proposed requirements for Category 8. This new model is also the first to incorporate Wireworld’s patent-pending Tite-Shield Technology, a radical new structure that overcomes limitations of previous network cable designs.
Very impressive demo guys! Without a doubt it was one of the best active demonstrations concerning the difference of cables. Thanks and congrats on the award!