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AudioQuest NRG WEL Signature Series 6 Feet AC Power Cable


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  • • Solid PSS Silver
  • • 72V Dielectric-Bias System (DBS)
  • • Multiple-Position Noise-Dissipation System
  • • Counter-Spiral Geometry
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Audioquest
  • Model: NRG WEL Series 6 ft

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0055OM9WS
  • Item model number: NRG WEL Series 6 ft
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 13, 2011

Product Description

• Solid PSS Silver • 72V Dielectric-Bias System (DBS) • Multiple-Position Noise-Dissipation System • Counter-Spiral Geometry Specifications: Geometry: Counter-Spiral HyperLitz Metal: Solid PSS Gauge: 3x13 AWG Jacket: Black Poly/Black Nylon Braid Terminations: Cold-Welded Palladium Over Platinum Plated IEC Connectors: 3 Pole Wall Plug, IEC

Customer Reviews

This is a counter spiral geometry!
Joel Therrien
Now I'm seeing a steady income flow in spring and fall, and even during periods of moderate weather in summer and winter.
D....
I think it was communicating with the past, the present and the future.
Ryan Huang

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

452 of 494 people found the following review helpful By D.... on March 10, 2012
When I first saw this product, I was skeptical. Can a power cable be worth this much money? But since I'm a risk-taker by nature, I decided to take the plunge. The day it arrived, a huge storm knocked out the electricity to our house and I realized that I'd have to wait to try it out. Disappointed, I decided to plug it in anyway so that I'd be ready to listen to the amazing sound coming out of my trusty Coby boombox (still going strong, although I had to scrape away some of the duct tape to fit the plug adapter. The AudioQuest still didn't quite fit, so I added a few links of some old lamp cord I found in the basement, but I figured that the exceptional quality of the new cable would compensate for any possible problems caused by my hand-wired temporary connections).

After I'd connected it to the Coby, I plugged the other end of the cable into the wall and stood up to walk away. But before I'd taken my first step, I realized that my faithful Coby had started to play my favorite Mozart string quintet -- and I had lost that cassette more than a year earlier! The sound was . . . . unbelievable. When I closed my eyes, it seemed that I was actually sitting between the cellist and the violinist. I was almost glad that it wash't a full symphony, let alone a Pink Floyd album. I'd want to be better prepared.

That's when I noticed something else: the lights were starting to go on throughout the house. "The electricity's back on," I thought to myself, but looked out the window and saw that all the other houses were still dark. I looked more closely at the AudioQuest and noticed that it was vibrating slightly and felt warm to the touch. I decided to unplug both ends, and immediately the music stopped and the lights faded.
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150 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Ethan on June 1, 2012
About two weeks ago I noticed a branch knocking against the side of my house during a windstorm - which quickly became a bother. Not having any rope handy, I did a quick online search of $7,000 power cables and came across this beauty. Two and a half weeks later the branch is tied back with the cable, the gorgeous silver connectors are gleaming in the summer sun, and I'm enjoying a tall iced tea in my hammock. Highly recommended.
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57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By reader on October 6, 2012
I was delighted with this purchase until I discovered that the NRG WEL, rather than me, was the father of our youngest son. I guess I'd always suspected something in the back of my mind, as much of the fizz had left our marriage around the time we upgraded our stereo system. And I couldn't help noticing that our baby was blessed with a much larger and more impressive connector than any other male in my family. But denial is a powerful thing, and I guess I didn't want to confront my fears.

But I finally it occurred to me why my wife blushed whenever she turned on the TV. I knew I had to take strong action to save what was left of my family.

I confronted the AudioQuest, which of course denied everything. And may God help me, but when counter-spiral HyperLitz metal looks you in the eye and swears its innocence, it's hard not to believe it.

That night I went to bed upset and confused. I didn't know what to think.

By the next morning, the NRG had drained my bank account, put the house in its name, planted drugs in my car and emailed the FBI to pull me over on the way to work. Needless to say, my explanation of the real perpetrator was not believed; it will be twelve years before I am up for parole.

Added a star for great sound.
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169 of 199 people found the following review helpful By Joel Therrien on June 1, 2012
I am deeply worried about the reviews here. You people are playing with all our lives!

Sure under most circumstances this is not a hazardous product, and yes, you can power your home with it. But I fear that many of you will neglect a subtle but critical consideration. This is a counter spiral geometry! Nichola Tesla experimented with this once, but quickly abandoned it after discovering the dark side to this configuration... Simply put, by running power through it while the cable is coiled, creates a counter-counter spiral geometry. Tesla did not know this at the time, but if you work out the effect of a current flowing through this configuration using Einstein's field equations, you will quickly find that this will result in space-time itself getting tied up in knots. No, this isn't some mild thing like the frame dragging that earth's rotation causes. This is violent and if let run for too long will rip the very fabric of space apart. Thankfully Tesla recognized that this was just as potentially devastating as his earthquake machine and destroyed all records of his work on this. Sadly these fools have by chance happened up this idea and once again the earth is in jeopardy.

So, beware! Those who choose to play with this dangerous technology! You may well be the doom of us all!
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94 of 109 people found the following review helpful By Bryan S. Hutchison on June 1, 2012
I had read the previous reviews and was skeptical. I mean how could a power cable worth $5.00 that costs $6900.00 be so incredible. I had to find out for myself. Fortunately my son had just gotten his financial aid for college and so I transferred the money from his account to mine and ordered a pair of cables. After all, he could get a couple of jobs and go to college full time, it would be character building.

After a few anxious days of waiting they arrived. When the UPS driver showed up at my house I noticed there was a rainbow following him as he approached my door. When I took a hold of the box I could feel a warm glow throughout my body. My initial reaction was wow! I haven't even opened the box yet and I'm impressed already. As I gingerly opened the box slowly to make sure that no atmospheric turbidity would interrupt the incredible process that was occurring while still in the package. When I actually touched one of the cables physically I immediately got the sensation of becoming immersed in a world that I never even new existed. I have a wi-fi network at home and while I was holding the cable I realized that I could travel the internet without the need for a computer. So I entered cyber space and traveled the world. Gaining knowledge, viewing incredible sights, and well for no better term, feeling omnipotent. I thought "wow, if I can do this holding one cable, what can I do with two"? As I touched the other cable I now felt time and space melt away. If it was as though I could be anywhere, anytime, any dimension with just a thought. I traveled to the distant past and remotely viewed ancient civilizations in all their glory. I traveled to the stars and explored deep space and met fascinating and some very scary alien races.
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