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The Audio Workshop of John Marks


Violin by Joseph Guarneri del GesĚ, 1742. Courtesy of Bein & Fushi Inc.

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Esperanto Audio is the home of John Marks’ new audio projects. Esperanto is the name of the “constructed international auxiliary language” devised and promoted by L.L. Zamenhof in 1887. Far from being a forgotten remnant of fin-de-siŹcle idealism, today Esperanto is spoken with some degree of facility by as many as two million people. I chose the name Esperanto for my audio venture because, in the same way that music is the universal language, the Esperanto speaker is welcome everywhere.


The Esperanto Audio “Small Batch” S/PDIF digital-audio cable “Blue” is now ready to ship. The principal engineering goals for the Small-Batch S/PDIF cable “Blue” were: Minimizing signal degradation by careful attention to the limitation of internal electrical reflections; optimization of mechanical resonances; and, neutralizing the mechanical stresses that are the unavoidable by-products of any cable-fabrication process.


The United States MSRP for the S/PDIF cable “Blue” is $600 (RCA, BNC, or hybrid), with free US shipping, and a 30-day money-back guarantee.


For information, inquiries, or orders please email johnnywehardly (at) gmail (dot) com


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