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New device to clean nasties from Ethernet.

JustJones

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I Came across another device to contribute to audioneurosis from Network Acoustics called the ENO. It suppose to "filter" EMI/RFI with it's UPOCC silver or copper wiring and "patent pending" filtering goop, making music more real, natural and simply more exciting. Maybe someone can persuade them to send one for measurements.

https://www.networkacoustics.com/
 

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Where do all these loonies hatch?
 

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Well there you go, they have no effect on the 'ones and the zeros', so us folks with binary DACs and streamers need not apply...

"Network Acoustic’s Ethernet filters and digital cables are designed exclusively for high quality audio reproduction. These products have no effect on the data flow, the zeros and ones remain unchanged, instead they remove interference, allowing the receiving circuitry in your device to perform to its full potential."
 

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Well there you go, they have no effect on the 'ones and the zeros', so us folks with binary DACs and streamers need not apply...

"Network Acoustic’s Ethernet filters and digital cables are designed exclusively for high quality audio reproduction. These products have no effect on the data flow, the zeros and ones remain unchanged, instead they remove interference, allowing the receiving circuitry in your device to perform to its full potential."
Nice catch.
 

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Another garage start-up. o_O
Sorry Torquay, but Rich & Bob won’t be as successful as Bill & Dave, or Steve & Steve, so Dame Agatha will remain your most famous scion.
 

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Sorry Torquay, but Rich & Bob won’t be as successful as Bill & Dave, or Steve & Steve, so Dame Agatha will remain your most famous scion.
Torquay - the home of Fawlty Towers. Seems quite apt!

Just for reasons of accuracy - they're at no. 66, not 65.
 

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Well there you go, they have no effect on the 'ones and the zeros', so us folks with binary DACs and streamers need not apply...

"Network Acoustic’s Ethernet filters and digital cables are designed exclusively for high quality audio reproduction. These products have no effect on the data flow, the zeros and ones remain unchanged, instead they remove interference, allowing the receiving circuitry in your device to perform to its full potential."
Wonder what the interference is doing if it's not affecting the zeros and ones.
 

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Torquay - the home of Fawlty Towers. Seems quite apt!

Just for reasons of accuracy - they're at no. 66, not 65.
Disturbances in the ethernet caused Ray to gain a "one"- he should probably get a special filter for his computer.
 

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I have a good crimping tool, and can get some good RCA terminals.
A good coaxial cable also could be found on local stores.
Now I have to find some nice nylon or so "cable sox" an I think I am gonna start a new business !
There are some people here to start with?
There will be a special price for first comers !

If you need RJ45, I could manage even that !
Just tell me what "benefits" do you want to have those cables, and I will put on the specifications !
The wish list is opened ! :p
 
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