French Rooster posted:Simon-in-Suffolk posted:
But what has that got to do with LANs, and how do you know they are of high quality? Are they certified, or is it simply they cost a lot and you notice a sound difference with them...
You see this is my point... you end up potentially confusing yourself and others by referring to terms that really are very superficial and to many misleading. By all means refer to Audiophile Ethernet patch leads, but if you are referring to the LAN to many, and certainly to those who work with this stuff day in and day out, we are almost certainly talking about something else.
By the way I do recommend you look at the quality of your LAN as I indicate above it can make quite a difference especially in ease of use and responsiveness to streaming applications.
Simon, why such energy to demonstrate that i am wrong ? This forum is to share our experience. My english is a bit abrupt, without nuances, so it can be wrongly understood.
I have no technical knowledge in hifi, computers, cables,....and can’t explain why i find that audiophile lans cables as audioquest vodka or diamond give better sound on my system. But it is a fact for me and for a lot of users. But can’t explain why other don’t hear the same improvement. It is a mystery. I don’t know where is the truth here, and if it’s possible to have the same sound quality without expensive audiophile lans cables. I would prefer not to invest in this cables if there was other solution.
French Rooster, Simon is not saying that you are wrong. What he is saying is that an apple is not a pear. He needs to know that you are both talking the same language and referring to the same thing.