Chord Company Shawline Digital USB interconnect

£250.00£650.00

Tuned ARAY conductor geometry developed for USB audio components.

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Chord Company Shawline Digital USB interconnect

Tuned ARAY conductor geometry developed for USB audio components.

Fitted with Chord custom gold-plated USB plugs.

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Shawline Digital USB conductors are built from silver-plated oxygen free copper. Insulation is PTFE.

Cable geometry is optimised for USB audio. The unique shielding has been designed to work across a wide frequency range and reduce mechanical noise.

The conductors are contained within a specifically chosen outer jacket to ensure flexibility and to further reduce mechanical noise.

High performance Tuned ARAY digital interconnect for use with USB audio components

New Tuned ARAY conductor geometry – optimised for high speed digital signal transmission.

Silver-plated conductors with PTFE insulation and high frequency effective carbon composite shield.

Conductor geometry optimised for USB terminations.

Built by hand at The Chord Company.

Fitted with Chord custom gold-plated USB connectors.

Available in 1m and custom lengths to order. Standard connection USB A to USB B. USB A to USB A available to order.

Tuned ARAY conductor geometry was originally developed for their flagship Sarum USB cable.

 

Additional information

Length

1m, 2m, 3m, 4m, 5m

Brand

Brand

Chord Company

Chord Company

THE CHORD COMPANY BEGAN

The Chord Company was formed in 1984. It all started over dinner one night in Salisbury, when a group of visiting Naim Audio USA retailers asked Naim Audio UK for a good-quality DIN-to-RCA interconnect. At the table, was one Sally Gibb, then married to a Naim Audio executive, who made the (historic) suggestion that she make the cables and start a business. With the blessing of Naim Audio, the journey to make cables for America began. With USA referring to cables as ‘cords’, the name The Chord Company, with its obvious musical connotations, seemed perfect and it quickly stuck. Sally drew a logo, designed the packaging and started testing prototypes. Completely British design and construction, although difficult to source at the time, was paramount and days of searching eventually led to suppliers of sufficient quality. Friends at Naim Audio provided expertise and advice, with many of them helping to build the cables. The first prototype was named “Chrysalis Cable” and the Americans swiftly returned with an initial order of 250! Cables were built, tested, packed and taken along to the Post Office.  Invoices were typed on a typewriter! After two steady years, The Chord Company got its first press review (by Malcolm Steward) and then the phone started to ring…

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