Originally Posted by ROB968323
I remember seeing somewhere that there were comments that it was a little smooth and slow for amps. I may be mistaken. I'll have to do a little more research. The Wolff may be out of my price range anyway. Any suggestions for a little more reasonably priced PC.
I know the situation you are in, $300 Panasonic amp seems absurd to spend more for AC cord than amp costs......so common sense is required.
I have not tried the popular Chris Ven Haus
cords, but so many people use them at Audiogon worth getting one on trail basis.......cost $100-200 depending on options you select.Signal Magic
AC cord is popular and at $60 new very cheap, I own a couple and better than stock cord, but on scale of 1-4 they would be in the class 1 catagory as far as sound improvement
(class 4 would be state of art super expensive AC cords, stock cord class 0)
I have a couple Zu Mother
cords, you can get them used or Audiogon auction for close to $200. This is very detailed fast sounding cord, looks cool and very flexible (a big plus for me) sound improvement puts this in class 2.5 for me. There is a cheaper similar Zu Bok if you want to cost cut more, class 2 performance.
Also look for older used Virtual Dynamic
cords, VD Nite I (class 3) Signature (class 2.5) and Reference (class 2) Also see if some of the new mid priced cords like David or Testament can be bought used for reasonable price.........don't like the single cable VD "Power" series of cords. Newest super expensive VD Master cord may be class 4 product, haven't heard it but Hirsch's comments lead me to believe this.Shunyata Diamondback
or Copperhead are good value especially used at Audiogon, these have a lively presentation similar to Zu, performance class 1-2
A used Wolff cord at $300-400 is not too outrageous "if" you were using with $1,500+ piece of gear. There are so many AC cords now impossible to keep up, try to buy used at Audiogon and search archives for info.