Powercord upgrades

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Allen Longcor, Jul 16, 2002.

  1. Allen Longcor

    Allen Longcor Supporting Actor

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    Can someone post some links to companies that make power cords for your HT equipment. Preferably under $100 but I dont' want to limit it to just those. I've heard some people rave about how it improved their sound and have become interested in them.
     
  2. Phil A

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    you may also find similar offerings for beefy cords over at www.ebay.com.
     
  4. KeithH

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    Allen, Phil beat me to the recommendation of www.diycables.com . I don't use any of their products, but I have read good things about their Bob Crump-designed power cords. I have been considering an inexpensive entry into the world of power cords, and their basic cord looks interesting.
     
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    I think PS Audio has something in your price range as well as Synergistics Research (entry level).
     
  7. KeithH

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    Kevin, I, for one, appreciate you posting the eBay link. It looks like a good power cord. The seller sure is confident of the quality. I will consider it.
     
  8. HankB

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    Audition the cord first if possible. Even better have a friend conduct a blind test for you, before you spend $100 on a power cord.
     

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