WireWorld Gold Starlight 6 Digital Interconnects, Eclipse 6 Interconnects, Platinum Eclipse 6 Interconnects, and Eclipse 6 Speaker Cables
- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 23 August 2011
- WireWorld Gold Starlight 6 Digital Interconnects, Eclipse 6 Interconnects, Platinum Eclipse 6 Interconnects, and Eclipse 6 Speaker Cables
- Page 2: Design of the WireWorld Cables
- Page 3: The WireWorld Cables In Use
- Page 4: The WireWorld Cables On the Bench
- Page 5: Conclusions About the WireWorld Cables
- All Pages
On the Bench
First, the Impedance/Phase graph for the Gold Starlight 6 Digital Interconnect. It has a very steady 0.2 ohm reactive impedance and a + 200 electrical phase at 20 kHz.
Below is the Impedance/Phase graph for the Eclipse 6 Interconnect. Compared to the digital interconnect, the Eclipse 6 had a lower reactive impedance (0.08 ohm), but about the same electrical phase.
Next, the Platiunum Eclipse 6 Interconnects. Their reactive impedance was almost non-existent, and the electrical phase was difficult to track.
And, the Eclipse 6 Speaker Cables. The reactive impedance was so low, the phase could not be accurately tracked, so it appears to jump all over the place. I believe that in this case, if it could have been tracked, it would have started out at about + 1200 and then slowly curved downward as the frequency went above 1 kHz.