Computer cable

I would like to introduce the Computer audiophile cable but first let me go back in time because a few a months ago, I was asked to supply a cable to connect a computer to an audio mixing system.

Computer audiophile cable

The results were great and if you would like to them read please click here. I have recently been requested to supply an interconnect cable for a computer to a mini rigs speaker system and again the results were excellent!

Storage

Today, Many people prefer to use a computer to store music files but also want the system to be portable. A system such as mini rigs is the solution and you can read about it here. People want to take their laptops everywhere and also want to take all their music with them.

Sound quality to many people is the main focus and with this, in mind, it was decided to use the same type of cable that we use in all our audiophile cables for this new Computer interconnect.

Construction

How to get audiophile cable for computerThe cable that we use for this Computer Interconnect is made in Italy and the 3.5 mm connecting plugs are made in Germany

The Computer audiophile cable is assembled in Lithuania and has the  ‘AirGap’ isolation added.

After construction, the Computer interconnect is “burned in” using our own system which takes three days.

Testing

Testing as always is fun and sometimes we get surprises but in this case, everything was as expected. We played the system with Mac laptop and it really did sound good but when we connected the PERKUNE Computer Interconnect it was as if a hi-end system was playing.

Question

A question has been asked – Am I able to add a video of this operation to show a normal cable and then the pERKUNE cable so we can see and hear the difference.

This is a good question but I have to say it is not a realistic request. When you listen to something which has been recorded in a home environment and then fed through the internet to be replayed on your computer you are not able to hear the difference!

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