Just a pet peeve here, but this company markets "high performance
power cords," i.e IEC power cords. Last time I checked the electricity
traveling to my equipment didn't give a damn what kind of copper was
in the last three feet of the 1000 mile electrical transmission system
or if the connectors were gold plated.
In my opinion any "hi-end" audio company that is sells "high
performance power cords" is not run by engineers, but by marketing
people and practitioners of audio witchcraft.
On Oct 2, 2009, at 12:59 PM, Brandon Burke wrote:
> Just stumbled across this online. Never seen such a thing before:
> Thoughts? Has anyone used on of these before?
> (Apologies if this has already been discussed.)
> Happy friday,
> Brandon Burke
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