Pangea Audio - USB cable - PCOCC & 4% silver - 1.5 Meter

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Boasting silver-plated PCOCC signal conductors, Pangea Audio USB-PC USB cable is designed specifically to deliver high-speed digital audio signals. Its proprietary geometry is optimized for digital audio signal transfer. The USB High Speed 2.0 rating supports up to 480 Mbit/s data transfer rate. Pangea Audio's USB-PC boasts a high-purity 4% silver coating over audiophile-grade single-crystal PCOCC (Pure Copper by Ohno Continuous Casting) from Japan. PCOCC (99.99999% pure) Ohno-cast copper conductors are typically ten-times more expensive than standard copper conductors. Most USB cables are 28-gauge or even 30-gauge. USB-PC has a large 24-gauge AWG conductors for superior signal transfer. (The smaller the gauge-number, the larger the diameter.) Thanks to its superior design and metallurgy, you'll be able to clearlyhear a difference between USB-PC and off-the-shelf USB cables costing up to $100. In fact, in our listening tests we heard an immediately noticeable improvement even when using USB-PC with inexpensive DACs. So imagine the difference that USB-PC can make with audiophile-quality DACs and other digital audio devices! Pangea Audio's USB-PC doesn't let airborne noise compromise performance. The conductors are precision-twisted for superior noise rejection and triple-shielded for optimized noise isolation. The 24K gold-plated contacts offer superior electrical contact. Special two-shot molded connector bodies protect vital digital connections for stable signal transfer and long life.

Latest reviews

Pros: clean sound, eliminates some of the glare and compression with stock USB cables
Cons: the Pangea pure silver USB cable is better for not that much more money
If you are looking for an inexpensive USB cable, this is an OK way to spend your money. It will reduce some of the digital irritants and sounds better than the "comes with" usb
cables packaged with your gear. But I highly recommend  spending the money for their next model up. The $60 spend on the better 0.5m pure silver stranded Pangea USB cable will pay off in gobs
of uncovered music detail that other USB cables in the $100 range obscure.
All due respect, but bits is bits. $60 for a USB cable is a waste of money.
It's all relative to what your system can do. $60 is the cheapest interconnect in my system.
blind test anyone?


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