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  • Power cable


  • Connecting XLR cable 

  • Speaker cable

  • Connecting RCA cable 

  • Digital AES cable

  • Digital RCA cable 

  • Ground cable

  • Jumper wire

  • Phono cable 


  • Power Distribution Unit

  • Ground box


The most important cable in the sound system is the power cord.  At the risk of stripping the magic from the music, the music you enjoy from an audiophile sound system is nothing more than alternating current, and alternating current is converted by components to reproduce the melody.  The quality of the reproduction directly depends on the caliber of the power cord, and the caliber of the power cord helps to transmit the original electricity to the device. By simply upgrading the AC cable in the setup, the auditory difference is very obvious.  The power cord does not transmit signals: it can be AC power. 

The success of the cable depends on its ability to provide a stable instantaneous current and its ability to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency (RF) from external sources.  A poorly constructed AC power cord will actually attract EMI and RF or noise to your current, which will seriously pollute the raw materials that powers the system and increase the power impedance of the AC power supply.  On the other hand, the best-designed power line is designed to be less likely to generate and reduce any EMI and RF effects, so that it has a faster rise time within a 50/60 Hz cycle.

The power cord does affect the sound quality.  Although it may appear doubtful whether the sound can be improved, the actual function of the power cord is to eliminate the EMI/RFI pollution and eliminate also other problems related to standard power cords.  This makes your audiophile devices perform better.  It's like adding a turbo charger to your car engine.  It's also very quiet and digs into the details better than fusion, which is a slender entry-level cable that is more suitable for source players and pre-amplifiers than power amplifiers.  The point here is that the use of standard cables destroys the cleanliness of the current flowing through the components, so the power cable acts like a line conditioner to clean up all electronic waste.  By reducing distortion, audio components will get clean power to use, allowing them to reach their full potential.


In our power cable we have 5 models 

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