We at JMaxwell USB have a design philosophy that is based in science and engineering, but that is also steeped in principled listening. We
believe that all decisions must be substantiated by decent electrical theory, and with the final proof being based on discriminating listening
tests in multiple audio systems. Pure science alone or simple listening tests alone are not adequate to develop a great sounding USB cable. The fun
is when you combine both scientific theory and listening sessions to create a product that makes a difference in our audio enjoyment.
Following are a series of articles that we hope you will enjoy reading. Combined, they present a well-rounded picture of what went into creating
the JMaxwell USB audiophile cable.
If you are unsure about which cable is right for your setup, read this article. It will give you a quick test to determine if your DAC or USB/SPDIF converter requires 5 volt power to operate.
This is an introduction to Computer Audio with a fair amount of detail to get you going in the fantastic world of CA.
If you are curious about our company name, then this short article will answer that question and tell you a little about James Clerk Maxwell.
This is a technical article that will let you sink your teeth into some pretty exciting details about audio bits and bytes.
The Audio USB cable is truly unique as far as USB cables go. This article explains how the JMaxwell USB cable addresses those issues.
This article is all about the USB 2.0 Specifications and how they influence cable design.