Thanks Paul and Ted,
I misunderstood the product my own application does not use a long USB cable in fact the USB cable I use is home made and is only 60cm in length. The make up of the cable uses silver wires in oversized teflon tubing encased in braiding for shielding and two separate runs for data and power to interface the Paul Pang two port USB card.
my solution I put together over the years while waiting for Bridge two is way more complicated and comprises additional items.
2 PC = control and audio PC.
JPLAY6.2 on both PC.
Audiophile optimiser on Windows server 2012 resident on the Audio PC, Audio PC in hibernate mode managed by JPLAY.
Control PC = Process lasso on the Windows 10 PC making real-time operation for Audio service.
Yale Firmware on DirectStream DAC.
Mimimserver on the Control PC and allows IPAD control using Kazzoo or plug player.
JPLAY configuration = JPLAYStreamer, control panel setting = clock setting 1m/s, ultrastream engine, DAC Link 1hz, PC buffer 5sec.
My setup is way more complicated than a bridge setup and I have not talked about the hardware modes to the PC’s to lower noise.
I’m not 100% certain my home made USB cable is providing the best interface possible hence my enquiry.
While my system seem complicated it development was driven through seeking to simplifier the elements for great sounding USB however the solution relies on many elements to make good USB sound. Standard USB port and standard windows does not come close to an overall optimised USB configuration.
Ill have to wait to try Bridge 11 see if that brings improved SQ