CAD’s new USB Cable I & II are, “engineered to filter out noise from any and all digital music sources before it reaches the DAC,” said the company, building patented filtering technology previously developed by CAD when the company’s first USB cable was launched four years ago
CAD uses a separate, highly-shielded cable for the +5V conductor, giving, “…added protection and isolation to the ground and data signals.”
The new CAD USB Cable I is an enhanced version of the company’s first cable, now featuring improvements to its patented filtering technology. The USB Cable II includes the same patented filtering as Cable I but partners this with a different construction and insulation.
CAD’s new USB Cables I & II include a 30-day money back guarantee, if you fail to be impressed.
The new CAD USB Cable I & II are available now, priced at £540 and £880 respectively for a 1.1m length. Longer lengths and cables without the +5VDC line are available to order
For more information, click www.computeraudiodesign.com or call 0203 397 0334.
Peter Harrison7th October 2017 at 11:47 am
I wish medical science would keep pace with audio development. If my ears were as receptive as would be necessary to fully appreciate the benefits of these specialist high end products I would be more than delighted. It would be great if you could test these Paul as I would be keen to read your thoughts on them.
Paul Rigby7th October 2017 at 12:16 pm
Yes, I hope to Peter – I’ve put my name down for a pair.