Power up components with this AudioQuest NRG-X3 power cable that features long-grain copper construction for durability and semisolid concentric pack conductors for clear signal transfer. The 10' length allows optimal placement.
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ALWAYS use on new electronics, ALWAYS.
Posted by: professor825 from: on
I have been using Audioquest cables for many years. EVERY new electronic piece gets the Audioquest treatment. This includes HDMI, xlr, digital and power chords (none of our electronics use unbalanced rca interconnects). I use different models for different situations. I still find it amazing that even very high end equipment manufacturers use fairly base power chords or cheap rca cables. We use Audioquest on our live sound, studio sound, provideo and home audio equipment. The "blackness" of the background makes the actual production pop out. Clarity and itelligibility on vocals is critical to us and it is super with the all Audioquest set up. We don't use the highest end for most situations. That is price prohibitive, but for the money their middle priced cables produce outstanding and noticeable results everytime. HIGHLY recommended!
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
not worth it.
Posted by: ACEACE from: CORONA on
I do believe the difference a good powercord has in the impact of the sound and video quality of a system. But after almost living with this cord for almost 30 days I can not see the difference or most importantly hear the difference in my system. Running the cord to OPPO 105D connected directly to Parasound HCA-3500 amplifier powering INFINITY KAPPA 9.1 The MONSTERCABLE powerline 300 powercord are much better from my experience. Much more dynamic sound and better quality.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Better Than the Stock Cord
Posted by: theAxis from: Bastrop, TX on
This power cord is heavier duty and a great replacement for any flimsy stock power cord- it can take some punishment and survive. This is a great entry level cord, if you got the spare bucks. Now, whether audio or sound quality is actually improved, with this cord or some of the really higher end ones- I'm a real skeptic about that; but I'm buying it for the heavy duty design and I'm not disappointed with that.
3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Better cable makes cleaner power
Posted by: TDycus from: San Marcos, CA on
AudioQuest products are well designed and constructed. IMHO cables do make a difference.Better cable makes cleaner power.
4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Blaw475 from: Houston, TX on
Great cords! I purchased 2; one for my receiver and the other for a sub.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Not worth it
Posted by: Unhappy from: Mn on
Ok so I listened to a song at a reasonable level with original cord then same with this cord music was little crisper but not enough to spend that much on power cord
4 out of 7 found this review helpful.
For the person who already has everything
Posted by: Honcho from: San Marcos, CA on
I use a lot of high end equipment and picked up two of these cables, I read a number of reviews on them and most say there is a slight increase in quality. I agree, Most can not justify the price but when you already have top notch gear you get some good power cables to go with it. When you have a multi thousand dollar set up. $75-100 is not too much to get a little more out of your system.
I have never seen a power cable built so well, I was very impressed with the build quality.
2 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: AntDaddy from: on
Very solid power cord by audioquest. Trust most of my equipment with audioquest.
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
This cord is awesome
Posted by: Money from: Virginia Beach, VA on
I was skeptical about buying this because of the price but I'm glad I did.
1 out of 4 found this review helpful.
High quality cable
Posted by: K4acton from: on
The cable is long enough to allow flexibility with placement of your equipment.