Here are some questions we have been frequently asked over the years. This section will be updated as we encounter further questions.
How can there be no interaction between power feeds and audio signals when running both through the same SNAIC interconnect?
The DC power feeds passing through the SNAIC contain virtually no AC components. Since only AC can be coupled to adjacent conductors in the cable, the power feeds cannot interfere with the audio signal. The supplies also have minimal source impedance (less than 0.1 Ohm) and this prevents supply modulation by the very small signal currents.