ADOT Digital fibre kit

ADOT digital fibre kit

What we Say:

The Adot digital fibre kit is a great way of getting the most out of your digital streaming system. It acts as an isolation barrier from the telecoms equipment in your home. The kits come in a range of versions depending on whether your current system is equipped with an SFP port or not. Some products such as the latest Linn Klimax DSM or the Melco S100 are already equipped with an SFP port.

There are 3 different kits available which offer differing levels of performance due to the quality of the power supply that they come with. For systems that do not have an SFP port another MC accessory can be purchased to allow them to be connected,

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What they say:

Experience Glorious Isolation

Audiophile Fibre Network Connectivity kits; for when
copper just isn’t good enough.

• A suite of audiophile-grade kits to simplify the isolation
of high-end audio systems using fibre optic components
carefully optimised for hi-fi use.

• Plug and play with no computer configuration required.

• System operation is completely unchanged.

• Suitable for use with all network-connected
audio systems whether NAS–or streaming-based.

Why upgrade?

Analogue audio is delicate. Digital audio is just as delicate, plus digital data needs to be treated with the utmost respect to achieve the results that today’s high-resolution digital music files promise.

The reason is simple.

Behind the 0’s and 1’s, hi-fi electrical signals are still analogue, and just as susceptible to the influence from noise and interference. This additional noise damages the integrity of the pulse edges. This uncertain transition point, of a noisy pulse edge, results in timing errors and jitter.

The solution is simple too.

By breaking the conducted signal, we remove the interference and isolate the hi-fi system. This is done with fibre optics––now the data can be communicated to the digital components, but without any risk of introducing any conducted interference and noise.