@MARIO_C85 ha scritto: “Secondo me per sentire la differenza di 10cm di cavo usb devi usare un cavo proprio scadente...
Non credo che, ad esempio, in un cavo Mogami (come quelli che fa Pierpabass) si senta differenza tra uno da 50 cm e uno da 3 metri”
Non ho purtroppo tempo per divertirmi con voi a disquisire.
Il Mogami l'ho avuto per molto tempo ed è eccellente considerato il prezzo (18 euro spedito dagli USA, comprato per ben 2 volte).
Non c'è però paragone rispetto al mio attuale.
Leggete un po in rete, noi pippistrelli siamo numerosi.
http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f6-dac-digital-analog-conversion/wireworld-starlight-usb-vs-nordost-blue-heaven-usb-5668/Ok, after listening to the new Nordost USB cable for awhile, I decided to make some comparisons. First up was the Wireworld Ultraviolet-right away it was pretty clear that the UV was not on the same level as the Starlight, so in order to make for easy comparisons, I focused my attention on the Blue Heaven (BH) and the Starlight.
First up CD resolution: Natacha Atlas' "Yariet", and Shelby Lynne's "Loser Dreamer". This was really close, after many switches, a couple of differences seemed to emerge, but they were very subtle. The Starlight seemed to portray a little more roundness to the sound, and the BH seemed slightly more resolved (not bright though, just lit up the real edges a little better). But this comparison was so close that I really preferred whichever cable I was listening to: in other words, they both produced great sound, and only the closest listening hinted at the differences.
I decided to go right to 24/192, hoping that the greater demands of high res might point out more diffences. I used 2Ls Beethoven, string quartets, the Presto movement (very busy and dynamic) from their most recent release. Here the differences were more pronounced, with the BH clearly resolving more information, allowing for a better perception of the string textures and timbre, but, to be fair, I thoroughly enjoyed this music with the Starlight as well-it only lost a slight bit of the tone and dynamic contrasts which were more clear with the BH.
In conclusion, I am going to keep the Nordost Blue Heaven in my system,as it is just ever so slightly better at conveying the musicians intent. But, considering the performance delta, the Wireworld Starlight is still a very impressive USB cable, and at about $100.00 less than the Nordost, the Starlight is the best value in a USB cable I have ever heard. On CD material, it was almost impossible to prefer one cable over the other. Both cables tested were 1 meter, used in the system listed below.