Wireworld Cable Technology, a manufacturer of high-performance audio and video cables, announced this week that it will participate in the Rocky Mountain Audo Fest 2015, being held October 2-4 in Denver, Colorado. There, Wireworld Founder and Designer David Salz will present “The Cable Polygraph in a session on Sunday, October 4 at 9:30 a.m. in the Aspen Amphitheater of the Denver Marriott Tech Center Hotel.
Wireworld explained in a press release that The Cable Polygraph is an interactive listening experience that will include a series of listening tests that reveal “the fidelity of cables by comparing them to a direct connection—the only scientific reference standard.” Salz will discuss and demonstrate the various ways to detect specific sonic effects of cables. He plans to also discuss how cables impact the sounds that we hear.
And throughout the show, Wireworld will have on display their Nano series of ultra-light and flexible cables for headphones and portable devices. The Nano series includes four distinct cables—Pulse, Nano-Eclipse, Nano-Silver Eclipse, and Nano-Platinum Eclipse—each of which utilize Wireworld’s patented DNA Helix tech for providing
“dramatic sonic benefits.”