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“That’s the first time I’ve heard an AES-EBU connection make real musical sense, and there’s so much more detail as well.” Of all the digital connections available, the one that’s been most challenging for us has been the AES-EBU connection.

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Chord Sarum Tuned ARAY AES-EBU

There was no denying that it was a good connection to use in terms of detail, but so often we found ourselves preferring the coherence and involvement that the 75 Ohm co-axial S/PDIF connection produced.

The Sarum Tuned ARAY AES-EBU changes that.  Now we have an AES-EBU that still carries amazing amounts of detail, but now it does so in such a musically coherent way, that the gap between the AES-EBU and co-axial 75 Ohm connection is more than narrowed. The choice has got more complicated!

Once again it’s the Tuned ARAY technology that brings such an extraordinary improvement. The rock solid image, the enormous amounts of detail and dynamic information and all presented in such an easy to hear and musical way.

We think this is the biggest step forward for the AES-EBU connection we’ve come across. We still think though that if you have the option, you should try both the 75 Ohm co-axial S/PDIF and AES-EBU connections and decide for yourself which one you prefer.

We listened to: “Crazy on the Weekend” by SUNHOUSE (hard to find but so worthwhile if you can).

Track 2 for the biggest harmonica ever and the shock of the drums.

Track 7 for the guitars, organ and vocals.

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