WireWorld Starlight 7 USB Cable A to Mini B
The unique flat design of the Starlight 7® USB cable was derived from WireWorld’s award-winning flat HDMI cables. This elegant cable utilizes oversized 24 gauge Silver-Clad OFC conductors and a proprietary low-loss ground path, to provide substantially higher fidelity than other USB cables.
Wireworld USB audio cables utilize unique new designs that minimize jitter by providing sharper waveforms than the standard USB cable design. They provide the least jitter available at each price level, producing distinct improvements in tone quality, clarity, image focus, smoothness and dynamic range. All Wireworld USB cables feature proprietary DNA Helix® or Symmetricon® design geometry.
All of the Series 7 cables feature Composilex 2 insulation technology, which minimizes the triboelectric noise produced by conventional insulation materials. Many understand that insulation materials influence the performance of a cable. Wireworld created unique polymer composites designed specifically to optimize fidelity. The benefits of Composilex 2 are especially noticeable on Series 7 USB cables where the reduced interference preserves the purity of the original sound thereby greatly improves performance. These new materials push the boundaries of there expectations for fidelity by letting us hear, see and feel more than ever before.
Wireworld's improved USB audio cables recently earned the TAS Golden Ear and Digital Audio Cable of the Year awards on the Platinum Starlight.
There is a fundamental difference between the transfer of computer data and digital audio signals. Computers are able to transfer digital data without loss, because the data moves in the robust form of blocks, which do not depend on specific timing between the sending and receiving devices. However, digital audio signals are continuous streams of data, which are quite fragile, since the digital processor must remain perfectly locked onto the timing of the signal to avoid data losses.
The Limitations of digital audio processors and cables create timing errors known as jitter, which remove portions of the audio signal and replace them with noise and distortion. Cables tend to round off the square waveforms of the signal, making them less clear to the processor, thus increasing jitter. This rounding effect varies greatly among cables and a truly superior digital audio cable can make great improvements in sound quality.
- Conductors: Silver-Clad Oxygen Free Copper conductors (OFC)
- Wire Gauge: 24 AWG
- Insulation: Composilex 2 Insulation reduces interference and greatly improves performance
- Cable Design: Symmetricon