The Denon AKDL1 cables increase polarized hyperbaric ethernet throughput to over 70 petabytes/second. This cable is the first in a series of nano-molecular para-polarized transparent aluminum cabling, soon to be standard in all Denon audiophile equipment.



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i’m quite positive that this cable uses a clearer font to transmit the 1s and 0s from between my components. Sure you’re thinking. . .all 1s and 0s are created and transmitted equally, right? Wrong! This cable only sends Times New Roman Bold typeface 1s and 0s.

I’ve also noticed that women are really looking at me a lot. I mean a lot. You can just see the lust in their eyes!! It makes me feel so good, yet so dirty. Thank you Denon for changing my life for the better. Anxiously awaiting the arrival of the $1000 and higher cables to get to the next level of existence.


If time travel is your thing, there is just no way to get the flux capacitor to fire correctly without this cable. Well worth the money.

The Denon AKDL1 cables increase polarized hyperbaric ethernet throughput to over 70 petabytes/second. This cable is the first in a series of nano-molecular para-polarized transparent aluminum cabling, soon to be standard in all Denon audiophile equipment.

Since carefully installing the Denon cables using the provided surgical gloves, my system has stablized in Hilbert space. Apparently the Denon AKDL1 performs polarized nanoscale quantum tunneling by using a custom transparent aluminum cable matrix to push parameterized vorgon particles through a dark fibre phase variant Heisenberg compensator. How they accomplish this for only $500, I don’t know.


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In the struggle for Darkness and Light, the human condition dictates that there can be no clear winners or losers. Pure forms of evil and good are human interpretations for theories beyond mortal comprehension. The Denon AKDL1 has turned modern agnostic thinking on its head by proving that through producing a cable manufactured from a copper of such purity, that evil cannot possibly exist. This, in turn proves that God exists ergo Heaven.

This amazing product significantly improved my transfer speeds, so much so that my packets now arrive at their destination before they’re sent. In fact, I haven’t even typed this review yet.

My Denon AKDL1 Dedicated Link Cable with its high-purity copper wire had instantly accelerated Mozart from 40 beats per minute to almost 400,000,000,000 beats per second. As it pulsed through my existence shredding and then recombobulating by intellect, my senses and awareness were transcended. I instantly became a greater being, a provider of life and a devourer of worlds. I now speak 500 Earth languages, read minds and can read the nutritional information on a box of Count Chocula from more than a thousand kilometers away in an instant.

I have got to tell you, this cable really surprised me. The sound quality is truly amazing.

You should have heard the amazing ultra-low frequency rumble and high frequency scream that was emmitted from my ex-girlfriend when she found out that I jacked her PayPal account and ordered 2 of these for her next door neighbor.

For all you Denon-beleivers out there, you should really do the math on what you’re buying. Any 20$ digital cable on the planet would be indistinguishable from this in a side-by-side comparison. It’s all ones and zeros. Digital is pretty much digital.

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  1. haahhha heisenberg compensator.
    Heisenberg compensators remove uncertainty from the subatomic measurements, making transporter travel feasible. Further technology involved in transportation include a computer pattern buffer to enable a degree of leeway in the process. When asked “How does the Heisenberg compensator work?” by Time magazine, Star Trek technical adviser Michael Okuda responded, “It works very well, thank you.”[

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