Harmonic Technology Lights Up CES With Laser-Based CyberLight Interconnect And Digital Cables
Analog Line-Level Signals Converted To Light And Back Again With No Digital Conversions
Immune from RFI/EMI/High Frequency Digital Noise/Can Be Totally Isolated From Ground
Alexis Park Rooms 1651 and 1503
It’s been a difficult year for the specialist cable industry. Where’s the innovation? Who showed the vision to challenge its existing line of metal-conductor cables searching for ever better sound?
That would be Jim Wang of Harmonic Technology, who’d like to introduce you to CyberLight interconnects and datalinks based on laser-based patent-pending LAM (Light Analog Module) Photon Transducer technology. The miniature circuitry fits right into each cable’s connector, converting line-level electrical signals to photon density modulated light signals and back again with no digital conversions. The sending and receiving lasers are powered with either a “wall-wart” AC remote power supply (“power adapter”), or an optional Power Pack Battery/Charger that delivers smooth, stable power for even more phenomenal results.
LAM (Light Analog Module) Photon Transducer Light Signal
CyberLight Total Impedance Control
Cyber Power Pack Battery/Charger For Total Isolation
Breaks Ground Between Components
5Hz to 30MHz Bandwidth
Photon Signals Immune From Effects of RFI/EMI
Never Acts Like Antenna
High Quality XLR or RCA Terminations
Long Runs up to 200m With No Signal Loss
Super Flexible & Easy to Install
How Do They Sound?
Whether using the P2A (impedance optimized for preamp-to-amp connections), Wave (digital-to-preamp), or CyberLight DataLink, you’ll immediately enjoy a beautifully crisp and micro-detailed sound, with a big, really huge, free, engaging, bloomy and open soundstage with an astounding naturalness of presentation literally never experienced before. CyberLight cables never act like an antenna for radiated interference making them completely immune to the “fuzzing” effects of RFI/EMI, high frequency digital hash, and noise and hum riding the ground plane.
Visit www.HarmonicTech.com to see the latest on CyberLight cables or to learn more about our equally impressive metal-conductor cables.
Or visit us at Alexis Park, rooms 1651 and 1503 and speak to Jim and the design team about CyberLight. It’s sure to light up your music!