Wireworld Cable Technology makes the best audio ethernet cables on the market today, as demonstrated by our Platinum Starlight Twinax Ethernet Cable. Wireworld has been engineering the industry's best digital audio cables for years, with more than 25 years in business to date. Throughout the past three decades, we've become one of the most reliable and most respected cable engineering companies in the world. Because we're not a cable marketing company, but rather a cable engineering company, we patent and create our own cables to do what we know they should. Platinum Starlight Twinax Ethernet Cables from Worldwide Cable Technology our Twinax Ethernet isolates network noise so effectively, that the resulting sound quality is nearly identical to a local solid-state drive. How did we achieve this breakthrough? Partially, with a combination of cable topology, state-of-the-art cable construction, and triple shield design.
There's nothing like it. Experience the difference for yourself. The first thing you'll probably notice when you hold the Platinum Starlight Twinax is that it is a flat cable and not round like conventional twisted-pair ethernet cables. Compared to its rivals, the Platinum Starlight stands out for handling and coiling more easily, which is helpful because longer lengths make greater improvements in sound quality. Streams of digital audio and video is lossy to begin with. A direct comparison of a music file played from a network server will tend to sound compressed and smeared compared the same file played on a local hard drive. Performing that test will dispel the mistaken common notion that digital audio and video is not lossy because it's ones and zeros.
When we send digital signals through a cable, we depend on all of the ones and zeros getting to the end, and if we're just saving a file, we know it will get there. That's because there is an error correction system that resends anything that's missing on the first send. From this, we learn that error correction is necessary, and not all of the information always gets through on the first send. That's why we often have to resend. Whenever we stream music through ethernet or USB, the error correction is not in play. Whatever is sent on the first send is all of the sounds you're going to hear. Hence, any garden variety ethernet cable will not suffice. Unlike when you save a file, there is no error correction with audio. The argument about ones and zeros making everything go through a cable is wrong just based on the definitions.
When you listen to streamed audio through different digital cables; if you change the cables, you will notice that you've changed the sound. Therefore, what you need is a cable that lets you hear the most sound possible. If the transmission worked perfectly, the audio would sound the same as the file sounded before it went through the cable. This is the background upon which we developed the Platinum Starlight Twinax ethernet cable, the quietest and best sounding Ethernet audio cables in the world.