Makes music sound more natural and lowers harshness of digital audio by lowering jitter and emi/rfi. Works better than the Audioquest Jitterbug.
The sound of silence.
You love clear music as it booms from your headphones and speakers, right?
Sadly, when you’re listening on home stereo systems, laptops and PCs, background hiss or hard drive hum make this impossible.
The iSilencer3.0 is the noise-busting answer to all your musical frustrations.
Simple and direct.
There’s nothing technical about the iSilencer3.0. Plug it directly into the USB port of any device and the signal and power noise is removed instantly.
It means you’ll be able to listen to your favourite tracks or watch YouTube videos in perfect audio clarity for the very first time.
The master of noise reduction.
If you’re irritated by external power noise and hum from your laptop, the iSilencer3.0 reigns supreme.
At home or on the go, rediscover music as it should be heard – irritation free.
The tech spec.
The iSilencer3.0 includes:
- Active Noise Cancellation+® To cancel all incoming noise
- RE Balance To realign the USB signal and cut jitter
You’ll notice detail deepen due to added audio transparency and tighter bass.
Quiet! Active Noise Cancellation+ (ANC) at work!
Exceptionally quiet power. The measured noise floor is 100x quieter than the Common Noise Filter.
Enjoy the silence! Our Active Noise Cancellation2® tech means that measured noise drops by one hundred times or 40dB in comparison to the common nose filter.
REBalance® - The USB3.0 rebalances the signal to address the common problem of jitter and distortion in USB signals.
USB3.0 has a more exhaustive wire specification and better connections than USB2.0 BUT it is still backwards compatible.
This device can be used not only at the active USB ports but also at unused USB ports where it will reduce radiated EMI.
Multiple ANC® circuits will simply double the noise reduction each time the number of ANC® units is doubled.
This is a great solution to the problem
I use this with my Razer Kraken 7.1 and it removes all hiss and popping noises. If you use a USB headset and have feedback issues, this is a great solution to the problem.
Resolved communications breaks I had previously had with my USB3.0 to DAC connection. Excellent product.
Highly recommended – not just for lowering noise
Very cool product! I expected lower noise floors on my various DACs, and it did lower the noise somewhat. But the real improvement was an increase in dynamics, more clarity, more detail (without brightness), a sense of ease, and more “bloom”. Unexpected but very welcomed! Highly recommended.
Works wonders with DC Purifiers and iPurifier 2
After trying ifi audio iPurifier 2 and DC Purifiers with success, I was inspired and decided to give iSilencer a shot. Not expecting much, I found the latter works very well with the formers but on the other end of the USB chain. Highly recommended!
Audio chain: AudioPC > iSilencer > Curious RUR link > W4S RUR (with DC Purifier plugged in) > Curious RUR link > iPurifier 2 > DAC.
5/6/2017 update: audioPC => iSiencer3.0 plugged into spare USB port; audioPC => iDefender3.0 => Curious short USB link => iPurifier2 => Nano iUSB3.0 => Curious short USB link => DAC. Music playback takes on a holographic, detailed, full body, clear presentation.
If USB audio noise bugs you, get this thing. It works
I read all the reviews, and thought a LONG time before buying this gizmo. I recently bought a very IN-expensive remote-controlled, DC-powered MP3 player that runs songs from a USB drive or SD card. It’s a convenient little device, but unfortunately, it also transmits a lot of “jitter” into the audio as it reads MP3 files from the USB drive … a common problem with USB-based audio devices, I guess, because they transmit both power and audio data across the same circuit.
Thus, I had to decide between, e.g., tossing the player; gritting my teeth and living with the noise, or investing five times what the player cost to buy this filter, in the HOPE that it would provide enough noise reduction to make it worth the investment. I’m VERY happy to report … it WAS worth it. This thing actually works. It doesn’t totally eliminate the noise, but substantially reduces it … to the point where it’s hardly noticeable through headphones, and almost completely absent through speakers.