A Solution to Jitter, Signal Loss, and Electromagnetic Interference: Wireworld Chroma 8 Ethernet Cable Features Patent-Pending Design
While computers and data networks have revolutionized home audio, the technology remains plagued by jitter, signal loss, and all sorts of electromagnetic interference. In response, Wireworld created an affordable solution to such challenges in the form of the Chroma 8 Ethernet cable. Using the same patent-pending Tite-Shield design found in the company's top-of-the-line models, Chroma 8 boasts ultra-high-quality oxygen-free copper conductors kept in precisely parallel arrangement. The resulting reduction in network interference and signal loss brings an emotionally engaging clarity to network audio that cannot be heard when using standard Ethernet cables.
Chroma 8 stems from Wireworld's extensive scientific polygraph listening tests which compared music sent over its prototype Ethernet cables to the highly revealing sound of music produced by a standalone USB stick. As a result, Chroma 8 can capture the subtle texture of a singer's intake of breath as well as the dynamic force of a booming kick drum. And because each pair of Chroma 8's conductors come encased in Wireworld's proprietary Composilex 3 shielding, they're isolated from each other and protected from noise generated by surrounding electronics. The innovation enables Chroma 8 to throw impressive soundstages and deliver stunning micro-details.
Capable of handling data transmission speeds of up to 40 Gigabits, Chroma 8 also sports a uniquely flat design that makes it ideal for tight installation spaces – and easy to hide under carpets and furniture. So whether it's a 30-foot run from your entertainment system to a basement router, or a short stretch from a streamer to a DAC, Chroma 8 stands as an inexpensive way to upgrade the sonics of your home audio network. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.