Hi-Fi Foundations is pleased to announce the addition of Wireworld to our stable of cutting-edge products! Wireworld’s vision and values closely align with our own, so we couldn’t be happier to have them aboard.
Here’s a little bit of history about Wireworld and its founder, David Salz:
In the ’80s David Salz realized the only way to figure out what was being lost by a cable was to remove it altogether. Listening tests with a cable vs. with components directly connected with no cable was the only way to actually hear what was being lost. This method then led to several patents as David continued to refine his cable designs to perform more and more closely to a direct connection.
The closer we get to bringing the intensity and beauty of live music to your listening room, the closer we have come to achieving our goals. –source
You’ll be seeing more information about Wireworld products make its way onto our website in the future — but for now you can head over to WireworldCable.com and check them out for yourself. You can use the banners below to jump straight to a particular product type. If you see something that interests you, give us a call to set up a demo. You’re going to love what you hear!
The JitterBug is a noise filter for your USB’s power (voltage) bus and signal lines, offering sonic benefits when used in series and/or parallel with your USB DAC and other devices! This little darling ‘tweak’ caught the eyes and ears of many members of the Audiophile press back in CES2015. We currently have a limited quantity of them IN STOCK along with DEMO units for you to listen to! For $49, this tweak is simply a must-have for your computer-based audio system. The sonic value has been deemed to be far more than that by more than one trusted reviewer:
- Lavorgna (CES2015 preview): http://www.audiostream.com/content/audioquest-jitterbug
49 bucks buys you some of the soundest improvements I’ve heard for anywhere near the price.
- Darko (In-depth review of a prototype): http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2015/05/on-the-road-with-the-audioquest-jitterbug/
In fact, I’ve heard DAC deltas smaller than those heard between the AK120 II with and without JitterBug – yes, the message here is that simple and at a the US$49 asking, the risks of buy-before-you-try are suitably low.
- Fremer (CES2015 teaser): http://www.stereophile.com/content/audioquest-jitterbug
Fremer doesn’t do more than point to Lavorgna’s write-up, but the comment from reader DOUG (Houston Audio Society) is right in-line with our experience:
hearing is believing… we are anxiously awaiting this $49 wonder.
Here’s more detail about the JitterBug in Audioquest’s own words (the back of the product box):
You’ve got to hear for yourself what the mighty little JitterBug can do for your music. Call us today!