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Chord USB Silver Plus (0.75m)

by Chord
10 customer reviews

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: USB SILVER PLUS
  • ASIN: B005PWLDRW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,612 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

A high quality USB cable from Chord.

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3.9 out of 5 stars
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Connecting my Naim DAC V1 to the PC which is the source. Marginal improvement observed but then I am listening via Auzeze LCD headphones which can detect the perceivable difference. Beautiful build quality. Umm... Bit better than the Epson IEM cable it replaces. Really don't think you need to stretch to a £400 cable
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey Fearn on 31 Jan. 2013
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This was connected between my iMac and a MUSICAL FIDELITY VLINK 192 ASYNCHRONOUS USB TO SPDIF CONVERTER which is connected to AVI active speakers by SPDIF optical cable.
The Chord USB silver plus replaced a regular USB cable and the results was excellent with a deeper sound stage
and resolution of fine detail was much improved, vocals took on in the room feel to them.
I would recommend this cable to anyone who is serious about getting the best from their computer audio set up.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mike Middleton on 16 Jun. 2014
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So a change of USB cable to handle a digital signal between a PC and DAC can't make any difference to the sound, er I'm a little shocked.......yes it can.

If you have a high end system this cable will be a revelation to you, for those people who can't hear a difference then the amplification and speakers are probably not capable of delivering the signal clear enough.

This isn't black magic and if you read a report on digital musing reproduction on the web by a well known cable supplier, yes I was rather sceptical as well, however in it it explains that there is no such thing as digital and I for one am convinced.

For £45 It sounded like I'd upgraded the DAC?
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By nick on 9 July 2014
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Bought on strength of a review in a Hi Fi Mag (can't remember which one). Has a neutral but clear sound. My Hi Fi is a little lacking at the top end, so, staying in the more affordable end of the market, I prefer Russ Andrew's Silver Kimber USB Cable, but if your Hi Fi is already bright the Chord might be a better option (NB. Russ Andrews offer a 60 day trial)
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom F. on 16 Dec. 2014
I thought I should add some clarity here. This product is average to good. For more in depth performance reviews read others. I wanted to clarify the whole - it's digital so signals go in one end and signals come out the other and nothing degrades argument that accompanies the one star reviews. This isn't true.

Most digital products employ fairly sophisticated error correction circuitry. In fact if you're using an outboard DAC what you have essentially invested in is a better kind of error correction, possibly with a more accurate system clock and maybe some kind of fancy upscaling algorithm.

Any wire regardless of cost will degrade the signal that leaves your source and goes into your amp or DAC and then from the amp into your speakers. The number one way to address this degradation is to invest in shorter wires. A 1m cable of the same specification as a 2m cable will have half the aberrations and faults. Once you've done this the only way to address signal degradation is through the quality of the cable. It's fairly clear that 99p wires will be poorly made and introduce errors into the signal path.

The more errors the more error correction has to occur.
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