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Some equipment is more sensitive to power cords than others. Hearing no difference on one device should not be used as definitive proof PCs never matter.Changing PCs on some of my equipment was "meh". Changing PCs on my Quad ESL-2805s was
Just to mention tossing in an good aftermarket AC Duplex in with the fancy powercords also makes everything better.This Summer I started in replacing my duplex outlets with Furutech GTX.. Eventually I replaced all duplex, including in my two conditioners. Made a great improvement. (but it cost a lot, even though I got them on sale) If I would have spent the same on power cords, I would have maybe two AQ Hurricane...
This is an interesting thread, generally when I post about the virtues of power conditioning I get flamed.
lol - You'll make Elizabeth happy. I like the relatively inexpensive www.cullencable.com
I'm not saying there's a difference, but I'm PRETTY SURE I can hear a difference...
I have never, and likely will never, believe that ICs and speaker wires make a hill of beans difference. So like some others, I was very skeptical about the power cord. That being said, a product I bought for my headphone rig (which included a power supply) blew my mind a couple months ago. So I did some research and ended up contacting Cullen Cable for a power cord to play around with. I purchased a 10' one because I wanted to try it on my projector first. Unfortunately the plug was too damn big for my projector, so that was a no-go...but I decided to put it on my Butler amp tonight for SnGs...I'm not saying there's a difference, but I'm PRETTY SURE I can hear a difference...I sure as heck don't need a 10' cord for my amp, but I'm more inclined to keep this thing as opposed to sending it back. So my eyes have been opened in terms of upgrades on the power side of things, even if I'm standing my ground on the other stuff. (I've just never heard any difference with wires and ICs...can't see spending money on upgrades there.)
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