Price: $4600 per 6’ cord
Garrett said: If you’re looking for peak performance in a power cable, I strongly urge you to audition the Au24 SX powerChord.
The gist: Garrett’s new go-to reference power cord.
Prices: La Potenza Six USA Version AU$4000, La Potenza AC Cable AU$5500, Grounding Box AU$7000
Josh said: The Faber’s Power equipment brought a very appreciated increase in refinement and musicality to my reviewing and reference systems, without (in most cases) leading to any detrimental effects.
The gist: Luxurious power conditioning.
Peter said: It offers a high quality solution for reasonable cost and it may well function more predictably and more reliably than many far more expensive aftermarket AC power cords. It is also part of the flexible, modular QRT system which makes for sequential improvement and less risk of “instant karma” product obsolescence.
The gist: No doubt Nordost knows how to clean your power.
Doug said: If you’ve already done all you can to improve the delivery of power to your audio system -- e.g., by installing dedicated lines -- the Denali D6000/S is one of a very small number of power products I strongly recommend that you try.
The gist: Made a small but important improvement to the sound of Doug’s system.
Howard said: The Typhon QR improved pretty much every aspect of my system’s performance -- perhaps an unsurprising result for those who are perennially thunderstruck by the relationship between high-quality power and high-quality sound.
The gist: No downside to cleaning up your power delivery.
Price: $20,000 per 5’ cord
Howard said: If you choose to forgo the kids’ college educations for the silver-laden SR25, be prepared to experience what could very well be the state of the art of power delivery.
The gist: Crazy expensive, but if you want the best power cord . . .