- Brand Name: Denon
- Model Number: AKDL1
- Left Connector Gender: Male
- Right Connector Gender: Male
Denon AKDL1 Dedicated Link Cable (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Dedicated DENON LINK cable made of high-purity copper wire
- Get the purest signal from multi-channel DVD and CD playback through Denon receiver
- Connector and cable structure designed to thoroughly eliminate adverse effects from vibration
- Rounded plug lever on connector to prevent bending or breaking
- Measures 1.5 meters long (59 inches)
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Then things got really hairy. Brad shouted from the kitchen that he was detecting elevated tachyon levels from our Vita-Mix, so we immediately diverted power to our forward Romco Rotisserie array. Set it and forget it, indeed.
Still no go. The wormhole continued to grow. So I did what anyone in this rather awkward situation would. I recalibrated our George Foreman Grill (about 10 picometers), ejected the warp core from our Dyson Ball Vac, and unplugged all the Magic Jacks in the house. Bingo. No more worm hole.
I guess what I'm saying is that you can use this cable, but only if you have substantial Star Fleet training.
Would not purchase again.
I don't have much time. This connection isn't sound. If my calculations are correct, it should be--
But then I realized the cable was blue, so I only gave it one star. I hate blue.
Yes, I had perfect weather: no flooding, no tornadoes, the exact amount of rain necessary, and he pronounced sea levels exactly right and that they were not going to rise within five miles of my house.
Additionally, my cars began achieving 200 mpg and I didn't even need gasoline. I was able to put three grams of cat litter into the tank and drive forever.
What's more, the atmosphere inside my home became 93% oxygen and virtually no carbon dioxide. In fact, I now exhale oxygen.
One heck of a cable.
Didn't notice any improvement in audio quality though.
The $800 Apple iCable is clearly superior.
I was disappointed. I consider myself an audiophile - I regularly spend over $1000 on cables to get the ultimate sound. I keep my music-listening room in a Faraday cage to prevent any interference that could alter my music-listening experience. Sending any signal down ordinary copper can degrade the signal considerably. While ordinary listeners might not notice, to somebody with even a rudimentary knowledge of sound, the artifacts are glaring. Denon should have used silver wiring (hermetically sealed inside the rubber sheath to prevent any tarnishing, of course), which has a significantly higher conductivity than copper. Furthermore, Denon needs to treat the wires they use in the cable with a polarity inductor to ensure minimal phase variance.
Needless to say, I returned the cable and wrote an angry letter to the so-called engineers at Denon.
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