Power cables

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Elizabeth

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Re: Power cables
« Reply #80 on: 29 Dec 2018, 11:21 pm »
You wife is telling you that so you don't have as many excuses to SPEND MORE MONEY in stereo stuff. She can hear better than you it sounds better... She just does not care.

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Re: Power cables
« Reply #81 on: 30 Dec 2018, 01:05 am »
Mark, you're right , what a voice ! anyways , he pointed out , several times that using small amounts of WD40 was the key. As a lubricant though, when used liberally it can wreck havoc on plastic. Spray silicone is much more benign


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Re: Power cables
« Reply #82 on: 30 Dec 2018, 01:48 pm »
You wife is telling you that so you don't have as many excuses to SPEND MORE MONEY in stereo stuff. She can hear better than you it sounds better... She just does not care.

Actually, she has never cared what I buy. She even let me buy those expensive Zellatons. She is not into this hobby. And she is even a great singer.

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Re: Power cables
« Reply #83 on: 30 Dec 2018, 09:38 pm »
Regarding power cables, I found the technical articles posted by Shunyata Research to be very interesting, see https://shunyata.com/technical-articles/. Particularly interesting are the various measurement graphs shown by Shunyata's DTCD (Dynamic Transient Current Delivery) Analyzer (BTW I have no connection to Shunyata, although I do own some of its power cables).