Dragon Cables for USB


USB Audio - Connecting Popular DACs and Amps

Every piece of equipment in your audio system has its own tonality and sonic fingerprint. This what we call a sound signature and the final sound of your entire system has one as well. By carefully pairing the sounds of each DAC, amplifier, and cable, you can fine-tune that cumulative signature into the perfect balance for your ear.

Matching equipment strengths and compensating for challenges requires a careful ear and attentive mind. Dragon Cables are designed with these different signatures in mind, bringing their own tonal strengths to help balance your gear to fit your ear. (If you need a hand finding the right match, we're always available to guide you along.)

Silver Dragon Cable

Silver Dragon Audio Cables bring Clarity

Silver Dragon audio cables are made with the highest grade silver wire (99.99998% silver) to clarify instrument separation, increase soundstage and find previously lost high and mid-frequency sounds (music). Customers share feelings of being “in” the music, hearing beloved tracks anew and astonishment at the clarity and beauty our Silver Dragon cables reveal.

Black Dragon Cable

Black Dragon Audio Cables lend Warmth

Black Dragon audio cables are made with the highest grade copper wire (99.99998% copper) to enhance music’s body, shape, warmth, and immediacy. Black Dragon’s copper cables provide warmth, body, and soul. Customers marvel at how Black Dragon cables can solve a headphone's musical challenges.

Blue Dragon Cable

Blue Dragon Audio Cables maintain Neutrality

We designed our Blue Dragon audio cables to perform a bit like Silver and Black Dragon audio cables, but at a value price to help those new to cable upgrades realize and hear sound benefits before further commitment or budget. Some Blue Dragon customers never “level up” to Silver or Black Dragons while many become “hooked” on how much better music they love sounds.

USB Connector Types

There are a number of USB connection types to choose from. Here's a quick and dirty guide to the most common options.

USB-A connector


The first and most common USB connector

USB-B connector


Commonly used on computer accessories, like printers and desktop DACs

USB B Micro connector

USB-B Micro

Shaped almost like a trapezoid (it has too many sides) and common in mobile devices and DAPs

USB-B Mini

A 5-pin connector shaped like a flat-topped mushroom and the newer standard for On-The-Go (OTG) peripheral devices

USB C connector


An oval shape common on Android devices and charging ports

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