It's not hard to reterminate on your own. You might have to chop off the end if they don't use one of the standard IEC connectors (e.g. Marinco, Wattgate). It's actually one of the easier things to do. I've built my own 'high-end' power cords before. Just make sure the connector accepts the same gauge as the wire in the cord. You might have to contact Transparent Audio about the gauge of the conductors used.
Have a look here:
Most likely the max gauge you'll find in parts stores is 14 AWG per conductor, since that is pretty much the standard for 15 A power, so you might be out of luck if your conductors are sized larger.
If you want to go high-end, you can try this:
Edited by yage - 1/31/13 at 6:31pm