Originally Posted by AnakChan
Can someone please clarify to me about the 6N, 7N, etc classifications? I've googled on the web and kinda know what it means but what puzzled me was VentureCraft telling me that their mini-to-mini and their 30-pin digital LODs are (were, back when they made them) the only properly certified 7N. I wasn't too sure what they meant.
Other 7N classified aren't proper 7N cables?
Using modern equipment, the precision of a metallurgical assay machine only goes up to 99.99998%, so companies can really only say that it's "more pure than 6N", and have labeled that as "7N". Perhaps there are machines that have actual 7N precision now, and that VentureCraft has gotten their cables tested on those machines. I don't have experience with precious metals, so I can't presume to know which machines have that kind of capability.
EDIT: Nevermind, looks like seeteeyou found more relevant information.
Edited by tomscy2000 - 6/23/13 at 10:25pm