6moons think it does: Politically correct power cords
I am not so sure.
Except, in typical 6moons fashion, they never actually say anything in that little diatribe. What's the actual connection between "placing the same power cord where it counts—at the last 6 feet—one will hear the difference it makes because of the effect it has on the high-frequency noise which was induced into the very end of the line before it had any distance to travel to get attenuated" and how that impacts, at all, the music being played? What high-frequency noise is injected in the "last 6 feet" of power cable between the wall outlet and the amplifier, DAC, or whatever is using that power cord? How does that affect the audio signal? What about the effects of the transformers, capacitors, and circuitry in the gear? We're not injecting AC mains into our headphones. What about the RF noise that can enter the amplifier or DAC case through cooling slots?
Power cable proponents seem to be utterly incapable of making the real-world connection between all the bogeymen their vaunted cables "solve", and how that actually affects anything on the music side. Does capacitance make a difference? Then prove it! If power cable capacitance affects the end audio signal somehow, then it should be measurable and repeatable; likewise for inductance and the other lab-measurable characteristics of power cables.
Ugh. I'm going to stop before I get myself in trouble, but it's exactly that sort of self-righteous, "How dare the common peons question what I think is right!" response to valid questions that annoys me, and even moreso when the answer given to those questions is a bunch of drivel that takes a long time to say, but never gets around to being worth anything.