I'm appealing to this forum to find a explanation to this simple fact :
If I make a easy test with A (wifi) and B (wired:ethernet) (could be run without interruptions) 20 people out of 20 will think the B (ethernet) will sound better.. and they are right... but why ?
If I send a copy of a word document over wi-fi or Ethernet I expect them to be the same , they usually are ;-)
I have small but really loved system compose of a unitiqute, a pair of ls 50 from Kef and driven by a computer based Foobar2000.
Also I have a degree in physics and I work as computer programmer.
If there is any techies that tumble upon that Thread please speak your mind.
I will start , possible explanation :
Since powers amps are sensible to electrical power modulation
Possibly the wi-fi module drain more electrical power than the Ethernet card.
If you have any idea please respond,
if you know the answer please do .
As a newbie on this forum I can not expected much.. but thanks anyway.