New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio

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New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« on: 8 May 2016, 08:03 pm »
Just put up our new power cable. It's a very high quality and affordable cable suitable for most audiophile systems!
Check it out here.



If you haven't check out our interconnects yet, you can check those out here as well.

If you have any questions, thoughts or requests, please post it in this thread.

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #1 on: 25 Jun 2016, 02:06 pm »
My buddy Rex bought one of these and he is delighted. He owns a lot of power cords and says this one is the best, more transparent, vocals are more tube sounding. Rex cannot believe the value. Rex said it was $79 US dollars plus shipping. I hope to order 2-3 cables real soon.   :thumb:

I heard the same in the Wolf Ear Kitoki amp review I made here.

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #2 on: 28 Jun 2016, 08:23 pm »
My buddy Rex bought one of these and he is delighted. He owns a lot of power cords and says this one is the best, more transparent, vocals are more tube sounding. Rex cannot believe the value. Rex said it was $79 US dollars plus shipping. I hope to order 2-3 cables real soon.   :thumb:

I heard the same in the Wolf Ear Kitoki amp review I made here.
Glad to hear he liked them :)

OzarkTom

Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #3 on: 29 Jun 2016, 02:03 am »
Rex owns some several hundred dollar cables but this one is better. He says much better than the Pangea cords. Again, Rex cannot believe the value. He will be ordering 1 or 2 more. :thumb:

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #4 on: 29 Jun 2016, 02:19 am »
What gauge is it? What does it work better on, source, analog, digital, amp?
Not much on the web site.

OzarkTom

Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #5 on: 29 Jun 2016, 03:08 am »
What gauge is it? What does it work better on, source, analog, digital, amp?
Not much on the web site.

I used it on the Kitoki amp tour, Rex is using it on his D.A.C SMT integrated amp.

I am going to buy two for my mono DAC Cherry amps and one for my Sony music server. Digital sources sounds much better with good cables. I see the US price is $78 per cable. :o

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #6 on: 29 Jun 2016, 04:41 am »
What gauge is it? What does it work better on, source, analog, digital, amp?
Not much on the web site.
It is a 16awg (per conductor) cable and it is good for all but the highest power consumption devices. I use them for all my devices at home.

OzarkTom

Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #7 on: 31 Oct 2016, 01:30 am »
My power cables from Wolf Ear has been burning in 24/7 and i can easily recommend these. If Andrew  and Joe here agrees, I will put my 3 footer up on a tour. i have not seen any tours for awhile. This cord sounds  a lot like the Job sweetord at 1/3 the price. :D

They are very detailed, but smooth.

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #8 on: 1 Nov 2016, 03:10 pm »
My power cables from Wolf Ear has been burning in 24/7 and i can easily recommend these. If Andrew  and Joe here agrees, I will put my 3 footer up on a tour. i have not seen any tours for awhile. This cord sounds  a lot like the Job sweetord at 1/3 the price. :D

They are very detailed, but smooth.
Yep, I have no problem with that, just keep it in this forum :)

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #9 on: 26 Nov 2016, 06:43 pm »
What are you plugging the cable into? The wall directly, power strips, conditioners, power regenerators? Any benefits in connecting this cable to a regular power strip?

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #10 on: 26 Nov 2016, 06:55 pm »
What are you plugging the cable into? The wall directly, power strips, conditioners, power regenerators? Any benefits in connecting this cable to a regular power strip?

For me, I am using my mono amps plugged straight into the wall. My Sony music server is plugged into a power conditioner.

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #11 on: 26 Nov 2016, 07:37 pm »
For me, I am using my mono amps plugged straight into the wall. My Sony music server is plugged into a power conditioner.

Thanks.

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #12 on: 28 Nov 2016, 07:44 pm »
Rex owns some several hundred dollar cables but this one is better. He says much better than the Pangea cords. Again, Rex cannot believe the value. He will be ordering 1 or 2 more. :thumb:

MUCH better than the Pangea cords? I am looking at upgrading my power cords and saw the Pangea's heavily discounted on a website, but the Wolf Ear is so reasonably priced I might just go that route. Do power cords really make that much of a difference? I just am trying to stay away from the spending hundreds of dollars on cables rabbit hole.

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Re: New Power Cable by Wolf Ear Audio
« Reply #13 on: 28 Nov 2016, 07:47 pm »
For me, I am using my mono amps plugged straight into the wall. My Sony music server is plugged into a power conditioner.

In your opinion, does it make a difference? I have my equipment going into a power conditioner. Nothing special, just a Monster one I paid like $150 for. But I also had my amp going into the wall and I didn't hear a difference.