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Files for cable listening test now online

Files for cable listening test have been online for a while, anybody try them?

Link to cable listening test downloads

"Analog cable compared
30 sound files as a free download 09/09/2014
In the stereoplay issue 10/2014 we go to the question of whether analog RCA cable can sound. Here you will find the sounds of the tested cable as HiRes downloads."

Files for cable listening test now online

Reply #1
I haven't bothered to click on the link. My only interest would be if someone ran frequency sweeps to see if the cables' R, C, and L, for the lengths they used, introduce appreciable changes in the frequency response, but somehow I expect nobody has done that.

Files for cable listening test now online

Reply #2
I haven't bothered to click on the link. My only interest would be if someone ran frequency sweeps to see if the cables' R, C, and L, for the lengths they used, introduce appreciable changes in the frequency response, but somehow I expect nobody has done that.

Oh come on, you know that nobody would be convinced by something like that. 

Files for cable listening test now online

Reply #3
Too bad they left out Monoprice or Blue Jeans samples.
Ad hominem attacks are not Science.

Files for cable listening test now online

Reply #4
Well Monoprice and Blue Jeans are both US based providers, so it's not all that surprising that they didn't make the list.
But Blue Jeans cables are the equivalent to top of the line Belden and Mogami cables.
I see that Mogami Exc was tested. (I'll have to look that cable up).
Kevin Graf :: aka Speedskater

Files for cable listening test now online

Reply #5
I haven't bothered to click on the link. My only interest would be if someone ran frequency sweeps to see if the cables' R, C, and L, for the lengths they used, introduce appreciable changes in the frequency response, but somehow I expect nobody has done that.



You don't need to run frequency sweeps to determine that information. There are means for determining the transfer function using more or less arbitrary waves provided they have significant content in the frequency range of interest.

 
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