shielding in terms of data integrity. "axtogrind" <information@NOSPAM.keithupson.com> wrote in message news:<m8adneDyD9p7dKOiXTWJkA@comcast.com>... > Using rounded cables for a LONG time now. [First rounding my own 40's, then > later the 80's, even though if you don't know what you're doing on the 80's > you can more easily screw things up.] > > Shielding with respect to IDE traffic / errors, or with respect to audio > noise? > > atg > > "xy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > news:email@example.com... > > anybody using these yet?: > > http://www.newegg.com/app/Showimage.asp?image=12-105-002-01.JPG > > > > i'm wondering if the shielding is better/same/worse compared to > > typical ribbon cables to hook up ide (hard drives) inside computers. > > > > i like the idea of the old flat style 80 wire, because each live wire > > has a dummy wire right next to it neatly laid out. but maybe it's > > better to have them all bundled up in the goofy tube thing they are > > using. > > > > any signal-transmission gurus care to hypothesize?