Yes that is the way that the digital signal is read but to turn a signal on and off takes minute amounts of time and any inaccuracy in the signal path can affect this on / off information because it affects the rise time of the waveform and this is one factor that leads to errors. We are so pleased with our research into this phenomenon that we have patented another product series called “Waveform” that takes this to new levels in digital RCA/BNC.
“With the Tellurium Q USB cable, digital music - even Apple lossless - sounds dynamic and natural, quite analogue. As compared to other USB cables I've tried, there's one obvious difference: it appears to play music louder!” - inner-magazines.com
HiFi World Review
“A brilliant performer, the Tellurium Q Black USB cable transforms digital playback, giving you less noise and more music...” - HiFi World 2012
“I was impressed by the way the Tellurium Q cables seemed to approach transients (both leading and trailing edge) and cohere the sound of the music temporally. Although I am not sure how a digital cable can influence the timing of a musical signal, it’s clear through audition that the Tellurium Q cables do just that.” - Nicholas Ripley, HiFi +