Had the opportunity to step up to a premium USB cable after doing some reasearch, kept returning to Sarum t digital super aray usb. Considering I have a flagship server from antipodes audio coming I figured the transport to my Chord TT HD USB should be worthy and in my case, an experiment. Albeit casual non blind testing. Here is the blurb and photos, then sound analysis. Sarum T builds on the success of our acclaimed Sarum Super ARAY range and introduces our breakthrough proprietary insulation material, Taylon®, bringing a major performance upgrade. Sarum T brings the remarkable benefits of our proprietary dielectric at a new, more accessible price level. Previous generations of Sarum Super ARAY cables have featured a PTFE dielectric. The upgrade to Taylon® introduces a raft of performance benefits. Earlier versions of Sarum cables can be upgraded to Sarum T specification. Contact your nearest Chord Company Sarum retailer for prices and further information. Demonstration cables are also available, should you wish to try Sarum T in your own system.. Available as RCA, BNC, USB, AESEBU and streaming digital interconnects. Pretty blue bag So this beefy yet flexible USB which is thicker than you would think did offer up more engaging sound, slight beef to low end, more detail up high, just a more intimate sound than my oyaide 5s continental that I used previously. A nice cable too but yes Sarum did punch through for me with a little oh my coming from my lips. Now certainly the difference is not say as significant as a server versus say a computer, but certainly a more real, engaging head space was enjoyed. Cables do matter if you have a system that can ascertain it’s benefits and communicate that from end to end. But I’m a cable guy in that I like them, I enjoy testing and listening for differences which occasionally I did not appreciate but in this case of Sarum t digital, if budget is of little concern, your all in one solution just may be from the chord company and it’s latest Sarum T digital super aray.