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Power Cables - 6Sons Vision Quest - TekLine PC-8 Signature

Power Cables - 6Sons Vision Quest - TekLine PC-8 Signature

100.00 USD


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Pets and smoke-free home.

Overall excellent, used condition.

 

- 6Sons Audio Vision Quest 2m (retail $1100) - $430.

- TekLine PC-8 Signature 8ft (retail $750) - $330.

- AudioQuest NRG-2 (retail $200) sell 4ft $70 and 6ft $100

 

Plus shipping and fee (or payment method without fee).

 

DESCRIPTION

 

6 Sons Audio Vision Quest Power Cable. The cable is a braided design 10 Gauge combined. The cable is terminated with ETP gold audio-grade connectors: ATL ETP950 SG and ETP920 SG gold NEMA plug and IEC. Very good for any component, but especially for Hi-End source components (CD Player, CD Transport, DAC, Reel-to-Reel).

 

Tek Line PC-8 Signature uses premium audio grade plugs. It is constructed from a unique combination of individual sets of multi-stranded wire. The cord uses only high purity copper conductors (8 Gauge aggregated) with a clad braided floating shield which is grounded at the wall plug end. The PC-8 will reveal inner detail that you never would have thought possible. There will be a sense of ease to the music where it previously sounded strained and congested. Excellent choice for any equipment. Also, this is the best choice for a power distributor to provide the highest current flow from the power line.

 

AudioQuest NRG-2 Power Cable: Get Tighter Bass, Enhanced Detail, and More Musicality

NRG-2 uses solid Long-Grain Copper (LGC) conductors in a Self Shielding Counter-Spiral Hyperlitz. Solid conductors prevent strand interaction, which is the greatest single source of distortion in an audio cable or an AC power cable. The less-complicated grain structure and fewer impurities within LGC copper significantly reduce distortion compared to normal high-purity copper. Counter-Spiral geometry minimizes conductor interaction while maintaining a fixed low-inductance relationship between conductors.



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