Waveform is the new class of semi-active digital RCA from Tellurium Q (patent applied for in UK, number:1223346.6) TQWaveformcoming from many months of research by the UK based company. “The new device contains a bi-directional, high speed, non-avalanching voltage clamp, controlling the peak voltages into your DAC. The technology is contained on two little circuit boards encased in anti-micro-phonic material, one in each RCA plug.”

Claimed effects of the new cable are that it “boosts the speed of the edges of the digital signal giving you the fastest possible secure transmission of a digital signal allowing DACs to maintain an excellent lock at all times, reduce error and minimise dropout giving the most accurate signal possible today”.

Price is £390.

 

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