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Tributaries Series 6 High-Speed USB 2.0 A – B Cable

R1,470.00R1,940.00 Incl. VAT
Many things can introduce timing errors, and cables happen to be one of them. The Series 6 USB cables were designed with this specifically in mind, and the precision twisting techniques used are quite similar to those found on high-end HDMI cables, where the timing is also critical. This is one of many factors that contributes to making a fine quality low-jitter USB cable specifically intended for Audio. 6USB uses heavy gauge signal conductors to lower resistance and dramatically increase signal transfer, thus reducing potential timing errors. USB is a high frequency system by design, with the signal frequency in the GHz range, so Tributaries added silver plating to improve signal transfer by minimizing signal loss due to skin effect. The power conductors are also a much larger gauge, this is to ensure that adequate current is provided to USB audio devices. In addition, separate shielding on the signal conductors prevent noise on the power lines from getting into the signal path. There is also another double set of shields that isolate the entire cable from outside EMI and RFI. Overall, there are many factors that differentiate Tributaries Series 6 from standard USB cables, and listening to them will remove all doubt as to the effectiveness of these special audio-related construction techniques.
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AudioQuest Cinnamon USB A to USB B Cable

R1,190.00 Incl. VAT
In 1982 Sony gave us "Perfect sound forever," along with the attitude that, "it's just digital, so all CD players sound the same." That was disproved and qualitative differences between players became accepted truth. Next came separate transport and DAC combos, which brought with it the attitude that "all S/PDIF digital audio cables sound the same..." until that too became disproved. Now the frontier has moved once again. Is digital audio really just ones and zeros? We don't believe so, and once you've had a chance to listen to Carbon USB, you won't think so either..
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AudioQuest USB-C Adaptor Type C to A USB Adaptor

R1,090.00 Incl. VAT
  • Supports USB 2.0 and USB 3.0
  • Connects Type-C devices to USB Type-A cables
  • Enables charging and data transfer (synching)
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AudioQuest Pearl USB A to B Micro Cable

R790.00 Incl. VAT
In 1982 Sony gave us "Perfect sound forever," along with the attitude that, "it's just digital, so all CD players sound the same." That was disproved and qualitative differences between players became accepted truth. Next came separate transport and DAC combos, which brought with it the attitude that "all S/PDIF digital audio cables sound the same..." until that too became disproved. Now the frontier has moved once again. Is digital audio really just ones and zeros? We don't believe so, and once you've had a chance to listen to Pearl USB, you won't think so either...
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AudioQuest Forest USB A to C Cable

R890.00 Incl. VAT
  • indulgence Series
  • High-quality Long Grain Copper solid-core conductors
  • Lower distortion characteristics
  • The directional cable which determines proper conductor orientation
  • High-precision Wave Soldering
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AudioQuest Cinnamon Lightning to USB

R1,090.00R1,190.00 Incl. VAT
The 2.5' Cinnamon Lightning USB Cable from AudioQuest is designed with solid 1.25% silver conductors, and foamed-polyethylene insulation to ensure optimal performance. It features Apple's lightning connector, as on iOS devices, including the iPad with Retina display, the iPad Mini, and the iPhone 5.
Signal conductors controlled for digital-audio directionality
It also supports USB 3.0, which improves on USB 2.0's bandwidth by a full factor of 10, increasing maximum transfer speeds from 480 Mbps to 4.8 Gb/s for optimal sound quality.
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Tellurium Q Silver Diamond Waveform™ HF USB Type A to Type B Cable

R20,000.00R44,000.00 Incl. VAT
The Silver Diamond Waveform™ hf USB boasts the silver family of sound quality and, as you would expect, is a step forward from the performance of the Black and Ultra Silver USB.
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Tellurium Q Ultra Silver USB Type A to Type B Cable

R11,500.00R25,100.00 Incl. VAT
The Ultra Silver USB boasts the silver family of sound quality and, as you would expect, is a step forward from the performance of the Black and Silver USB.
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Tellurium Q Silver USB Type A to Type B Cable

R8,500.00 Incl. VAT
The Silver USB completes represents the silver family of sound quality and, as you would expect, is a step forward from the performance of both the Black and Blue USBs.
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Tellurium Q Black USB Type A to Type B Cable

R4,200.00R8,200.00 Incl. VAT
Already starting to cause people to talk due to their surprising performance. These USB A to B cables can be made in any length and work well at lengths up to 5m.
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Tellurium Q Blue II USB Type A to Type B Cable

R4,000.00R7,600.00 Incl. VAT
The Blue II USB has been “tweaked” from the original multi award winning version. No longer the baby brother of the original Black USB, it stands in its own right as you will hear when you plug it into your system
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AudioQuest JitterBug USB Data and Power Noise Filter

R2,090.00 Incl. VAT

Dual Discrete Noise-Dissipation Circuits

Reduces the noise and ringing that plague both the data and power lines of USB ports. Measurably reduces jitter, unwanted noise currents, and parasitic resonances. Packet errors are sometimes eliminated completely. Improves dynamic contrast, warmth, and resolution.
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AudioQuest Carbon USB A-Lightning to USB Cable

R1,890.00 Incl. VAT
USB (Universal Serial Bus) Audio: For many applications, the speed of digital communication is important. Most visibly, “speed” is about transferring large files as quickly as possible, or carrying enough data for an HD video. For USB audio (and for HDMI audio), “speed” is critical not because of how-much how-fast, but because time relationships within a digital stream are critical to the reconstruction of the analog wave form that brings information, music and joy to our ears. Time-based damage (jitter) to this information within the data package makes the sound small and flat instead of 3D, harsh and foggy instead of smooth and clear.
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AudioQuest Cinnamon USB-A To Micro Cable

R1,190.00R1,590.00 Incl. VAT
In 1982 Sony gave us "Perfect sound forever," along with the attitude that, "it's just digital, so all CD players sound the same." That was disproved and qualitative differences between players became accepted truth. Next came separate transport and DAC combos, which brought with it the attitude that "all S/PDIF digital audio cables sound the same..." until that too became disproved. Now the frontier has moved once again. Is digital audio really just ones and zeros? We don't believe so, and once you've had a chance to listen to Cinnamon USB, you won't think so either...
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AudioQuest Forest Lightning to USB A Cable

R890.00R1,090.00 Incl. VAT
USB (Universal Serial Bus) Audio: For many applications, the speed of digital communication is important. Most visibly, “speed” is about transferring large files as quickly as possible, or carrying enough data for an HD video. For USB audio (and for HDMI audio), “speed” is critical not because of how-much how-fast, but because time relationships within a digital stream are critical to the reconstruction of the analog wave form that brings information, music and joy to our ears. Time-based damage (jitter) to this information within the data package makes the sound small and flat instead of 3D, harsh and foggy instead of smooth and clear.
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