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Power cord made a big difference

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I believe they help as well, but not like a night and day thing. With my experience the most noticeable change was the imaging and air.
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It’s amazing that the army, navy, airforce, biologists, scientific labs, hospitals, companies, corporations or anyone using sensitive equipment do not use this technology. Hell, they even split the atom without one of these power cords. Yet the audiophile market has been at it for 30 years or so, exploiting the unreliability of human hearing. lol.
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On amps I notice a bigger difference than sources. I rolled power cables. I have some Oyaide Rhodium over Silver IEC's and had 15 AWG Furutech SPC and swapped the Furutech for a Cardas 11 or 12 AWG copper cable. Man, I can turn the knob around a lot more with out it wimping out on me. That was the first thing I noticed.
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So changing wires is the answer to pulling free energy out of the air.
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Originally Posted by johnwmclean View Post
It’s amazing that the army, navy, airforce, biologists, scientific labs, hospitals, companies, corporations or anyone using sensitive equipment do not use this technology. Hell, they even split the atom without one of these power cords. Yet the audiophile market has been at it for 30 years or so, exploiting the unreliability of human hearing. lol.
Spoken like someone who has never tried a power cord. Just curious, why are "companies" and "corporations" two separate things? Just to make the list longer?
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Hell, they even split the atom without one of these power cords.
They probably should mate. Might made the atom more airy, refined and laid back rather than in your face presentation
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Originally Posted by n3rdling View Post
So changing wires is the answer to pulling free energy out of the air.
In this instance it was the gauge of the wire that made the biggest difference.
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Only difference is when the cable is plugged in, verses unplugged.
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Spoken like someone who has never tried a power cord.
That's a bold accusation
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Spoken like someone who has never tried a power cord.
Of cause I use power cords, what do you use? I do not feel the urge to justify my long history of wasting money on audiophile gimickery.
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They probably should mate. Might made the atom more airy, refined and laid back rather than in your face presentation
The preconception is instinctively ingrained, although funny it's a sad reminder of our fractured state.
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i actually notice a huge increase in sound quality, bass extension and slam, with holographic sound staging and crisp, clear highs, as if yet another veil has been taken off my music, oh and a huge increase in volume, can hardly hear a thing without a power cord.
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You should contact Monarchy Audio to let them know that their power supplies are of extremely poor quality.

Maybe they'll put you in touch with their engineering staff so you can expound effective design to them. They, obviously, do not know what they're doing.

I think it would be great if you set them straight.
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