I A/B tested your Silver Sonic D-110 AES / EBU against Kubala Sosna Fascination AES/EBU. Kubala retail for 1.0 Meter is 900.00, your 1.5 Meter is 100.00 bucks! Used a 6k PS Audio Direct Stream Transport and ran cables to a 5k Cary 200ts DAC. Sonic reproduction was remarkably similar...!
Thanks for a great product. I have my entire system outfitted with DH Labs; T-14 shotguns and internal speaker wiring, D-110 from my processor to DAC, and BL-1 series II for misc. analog devices like VCR's, etc. Great sound! Thanks again.
I've had a few days now to break the D-110 in and do some listening and I'm afraid I've fallen in love with it. I.m not sure why it took me so long to realize it, but I find the D-110 much more musical than my previous cable (LAT International). I suspect it is partly due to it being a balanced cable vs a single ended. Cal Audio Labs recommends a balanced data link between the Delta and Alpha.,
A few words that come to mind when I think of the D-110 are quiet, transparent, sweet highs, rich, three dimensional, and tight bass. I've listened to a couple of other cables such as Straight Wire Mega Link, and Illuminati D-60, and I don't remember being as drawn in to the music as I am with the D-110. It seemed I could always point out something wrong with the sound using the other cables.
Congratulations on an exception cable. My 20 feet of bulk D-110 arrived this morning in the mail. I immediately terminated it to fit between my computer with a Lynx AES-16 sound card, and my DEQX digital processor. As soon as I connected it and started to listen to music the difference in performance was obvious: more dynamic, wider sound stage, both upper and bottom end extension, and a layer of haze was lifted from the music. Now, if all that is noticeable without any burn in time, I can't wait to hear the improvements after a 100 hours of playing time.
I have been involved with high end audio for more than 20 years, owned and tried many of the very best cables some costing thousands of dollars, and now I'm feeling rather foolish for having spent all that money for cables that have been bested by a cable costing only $5 per foot. I give the D-110 my highest recommendation.