You know what makes me laugh when you review digital signal cables. If the signal was interrupted or degraded in any way, it simply would not work at all.
There have been lab tests on ridiculously expensive digital cables all the way down to using a wire coat hanger and absolutely NO DIFFERENCE what so ever was found between them and further more unless there was a lose connection, no errors occured during testing with any of the cables or materials used in the tests!
It is impossible for a digital signal of 0's and 1's to be degraded. It simply works, or if the signal gets interrupted or degraded it simply just does not work.
So how you can say "Detail Suffers" is beyond me, as it is theoretically impossible to lose anything through a digital signal.
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