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AudioQuest NRG WEL Signature Series 6 Feet AC Power Cable - 15 AMP IEC
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- • Solid PSS Silver
- • 72V Dielectric-Bias System (DBS)
- • Multiple-Position Noise-Dissipation System
- • Counter-Spiral Geometry
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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. I made the connections again and both Mozart and the lights came back.
I'm not an electrical engineer, so I don't know exactly how AudioQuest has pulled this off. My guess is that it's a combination of the Multiple-Position Noise-Dissipation System and the Counter-Spiral Geometry, but I can't be sure. But I did do some quick calculations and realized that within 12 months, this cable would pay for itself. Since then, I've cut my electric bills to nearly zero (still need a slight boost from the grid on really hot days) and I've cut the municipal electricity entirely from my two rental properties. The AudioQuest handles the load nicely there, since there's no air conditioning. All in all, I'm satisfied with the purchase. Sure, the audio quality improved quite a bit, but the bigger factor for me was the savings on electricity. And since our city has switched its metering system, we can actually sell excess electrical power back to the local utility company. Now I'm seeing a steady income flow in spring and fall, and even during periods of moderate weather in summer and winter. I'm actually thinking of investing in a few more to generate bigger returns. Thanks, AudioQuest!
Recommended for: houses with moderate electrical demands, regions with reverse-flow electric meters, rental properties
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Now I have to pay with gold to have Amazon deliver silver bullets, rifles and other weapons of mass zombie destruction. Let me tell you, Amazon never failed me once! - Always same hour delivery, as long as the order is placed during daylight...
All this changed after I ordered this cable. I was very skeptical about it quality, especially I wan concerned about its ability to twist the STC(space - time continuum for people who graduated before 2113). But after I unlocked the hand-crafted box it arrived it and watched the installation video delivered in it's own platinum-covered DVD, I was very much eager to plug it in. After I did so, nothing really happened. No power to my devices... nothing. But when the zombies started to come, I noticed that they are avoiding my house. Better yet, it seems that now there is a cone around our dead-end street (no pun intended).
I would give this item 5 stars but from time to time, a mutant zombie gets through the shield created by this wonderful item. This happens probably when the counter-clocking thingy is not quite right, as described in other posts. When this is fixed, I will give this item 6 stars!
June 21, 21xx