Originally Posted by domino92024
I wrote that they are "PRONE TO have problems."
You are now changing what you wrote. You wrote, "prone to impedance mismatch and RFI problems when used as S/PDIF
". Took dance lessons from amirm?
That means susceptible to or liable to. That doesn't mean that they always do,
According to whom, yourself or whatever the writing that you are parroting? It would help the discussion if you can clarify it.
or that I have experienced such a problem.
So you don't know yet.
I don't misuse cables, just as I don't use socks or underwear for coffee filters. I haven't seem them have problems, but would bet that there's a reason coffee filters are made. Even the most dense understand that.
I guess...no, I won't go there.
Misuse? So now you are the one who defines the wording on electronic patch cables?
Oh, silly me. I assumed you would agree that a difference denotes a problem.
Just like you assumed about the patch cables included with the gear is prone to impedance mismatch and RFI problems when used as S/PDIF.
OK...I've had enough of your foolery.
It is clear now that you were just parroting something you've read (there are many including white paper from snake-oil cable company) but have no knowledge of this subject in real life situation. You couldn't even name one equipment.