Danny Worth takes a look at the Starlight 7 USB Cable from Wireworld which at just shy of £100 for a 1m length is by woreworld_starlight7_usb_cableno means at the top end of what these cables can cost.

“the cable has similar qualities of presentation as the UltraViolet but with a fair gain in detail and sparkle in the top end, a warm rounded midrange leading into a firm bass, solid and full.”

Read the full review of the Wireworld 7 USB Cable.

 

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