Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by karkus30, Aug 5, 2004.
Use this link and discuss
Aside from the marketing blurb in there, what they say ties up well with what I know about electrical characteristics from my physics degree.
Refreshing to see and should be at least skim-read by anyone interested in finding out some of the actual truth about cabling, namely that it doesn't have to be expensive but it pays off to do it well.
I was wondering how The Beekeeper and Mark Grant judged it. There is an implication that using screened cable for analogue applications can cause problems due to capacitance issues.
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