Yushan Cable Risers


We are told .....

When a cable is clamped to the block it’s acoustically coupled to the block. And although the cable has insulation layers and outer sleeving, this is all surprisingly acoustically conductive – this is why cable dressing has such an effect on audio quality (see here). So when clamped, acoustic energy within the cable sees a low impedance route into the labyrinth where it’s then broken down by destructive interference. This results in a significantly lower level of acoustic vibration within the cable, and within the circuits at either end of the cable too.

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