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Monster Cable Fibre Optique 1m

Optical/ADAT Cable from Monster .

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Monster Cable Fibre Optique 1mPublished on 10/10/09 at 07:45
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I have version Toslink / optical mini jack 1m Interlink Lightspeed 100 that I use a Sony D50 recorder

I have not tried other fiber optic cables, but I guess the characteristics of this mOnster make it clearly superior to optical calbe same configuration that is 10 € per ex.chez Telkin as Darty

I expected an outer section with the largest sheath, the cable is quite thin section of a part of the optical fiber not necessarily very large and the cladding (it is not in the muti drivers either! ) but anyway it is not the ds type hose diameters of some high-definition cable hp!

In terms of listening, it is clear that even with a Teac player Cdp 4500 in comparison with the analog cables......
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I have version Toslink / optical mini jack 1m Interlink Lightspeed 100 that I use a Sony D50 recorder

I have not tried other fiber optic cables, but I guess the characteristics of this mOnster make it clearly superior to optical calbe same configuration that is 10 € per ex.chez Telkin as Darty

I expected an outer section with the largest sheath, the cable is quite thin section of a part of the optical fiber not necessarily very large and the cladding (it is not in the muti drivers either! ) but anyway it is not the ds type hose diameters of some high-definition cable hp!

In terms of listening, it is clear that even with a Teac player Cdp 4500 in comparison with the analog cables HD anyway and the optical mode there's no clearer picture of dynamics, the analog side is with a more muffled sound a little dull but a bit warmer. Obviously the converter operates without doubt better on the D50 than the player Cdp 4500 but I think there is still a real difference e nfaveur Monster anyway.

Pros: The manufacture and audio quality seems totu first order and complies with the standard Monster.

Cons: Small plastic caps are easily coutchoutés loseable, I did see some caps captive by a loop attached to the cable that would make more sense (why does not telkin Monster !!!!)

The R / Q / P is pretty good for a cable of this quality normally sold I think € 50 / € 60 in my version, I got to 15th of OCCAZ very very interesting!!

IN view quality is indeed very good choices and referred this bp!!
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  • Manufacturer: Monster
  • Model: Cable Fibre Optique 1m
  • Category: Optical/ADAT Cables
  • Added in our database on: 09/29/2005

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