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Jay Menon

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Daisy Chaining Cables
      28/08/11 10:17 AM
Assuming all other parameters are constant and the total length remains the same:

Three x 3-foot long unbalanced jack to jack cables daisy-chained together (9 feet)


One 9-foot long unbalanced jack to jack cable.

Will there be a significant (audible) difference? (i.e. do the connections detract significantly from the signal / add noise etc)?

I could of course try it and see (and I will) - but sometimes I just like to go with the advice of more experienced folk...


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