Network audio performance is significantly deteriorated due to the noise generated by network players, HUB, NAS, etc which goes back and forth through LAN cables.
Furthermore, invasion noise is also mixed in through the internet line which remarkably degrades the sound quality.
RLI-1 has succeeded in cutting the transmission noise to an extremely low level via the combination of an Isolation transformer and Choke coil for common-mode noise.
As you can see from the below measurement results, the noise-cut effect of RLI-1 is far superior to that of medical LAN isolators which are only based on isolation transformers.
In addition to this, by designing for the audiophile approach, RLI-1 does not generate side effects such as the feeling of energy loss and reduced dynamics which is not avoided when using LAN isolators for medical treatment, and in this reason, the more it increases the number of units, the more the effect increases without generating any negative side effects.
Comparison of the common node noise inflow reduction effect by RLI-1
As it is difficult to compare measurement data on the same scale, C is showed relative to B by extrapolation,
i.e. A:B and C:D are indicated in the same scale.