Originally Posted by sk373
I had to quote this and put it in bold. Because of the sheer audacity of a company to produce such a product. SMH
Think about this: Here's a great reason for them to make this product even if they expect to sell hardly any:
Customer: Hi, I want to return this USB cable, please.
Salesman: I understand. Your satisfaction is our top priority. Perhaps the issue is you haven't burned it in sufficiently?
Customer: No, I don't think that's it. I ran it for 500 hours just like you said.
Salesman. I understand. Your satisfaction is our top priority. Are you sure you were using the best filter option on you DAC?
Customer: I tried all three. Didn't matter. I just want to return it please.
Salesman: I understand. Your satisfaction is our top priority. Were you using bi-wiring to your speakers for the best separation?
Customer: Look, I just want to return it, OK?
Salesperson: I understand. Your satisfaction is our top priority. What was the other end plugged to?
Customer: My $10,000 computer system.
Customer: Well, not directly. I use a USB hub.
Salesperson: Well there's your problem right there! Typical cheap hubs may be fine for the data from printers, scanners, hard drives, mice, etc. but all the non-audiophile grade ones smear the data of the sound stage of advanced DACs like yours. You need to buy this extra $350, two position USB 2.0 hub or you aren't going to get the best performance out of that cable you had thought you wanted to return. Step right over here and let's pick out what power supply for it will best suit your needs since your satisfaction is our top priority. . . . .