Belden Mains Power Cable New 19364 | 83803 Combined Design

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Set to become a must have mains cable design, combining the properties of 19364 and 83803 to give a true audiophile mains power cable suitable for DIY power cords. 

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For the last 20 years, Belden 19364 has been the number one cable choice for audiophiles wishing to construct their own mains leads. It was discovered by Bob Crump of TG Audio Labs in the 1980s, and has since been extensively used to produce high-quality hi-fi and home cinema cables.

The cable is constructed from 3 x 2.08mm sq (14 AWG) oxygen-free copper conductors and incorporates the patented Beldfoil® Shield (which is in constant contact with the internal drain wire). This forms a ground loop to trap unwanted mains interference and keep it safely at the plug end of the cable, away from interaction with any equipment. Our top selling and most popular cable by far, due to its superb value to price ratio.

The belden 83803 is a close 2nd to the 19364 and uses a slightly different construction this high-quality power cable has become the leading wire for high-end custom-designed power cables. Belden 83803 is a 12 AWG cable that features (7x20) tinned copper conductors, Teflon® insulation, 100% Beldfoil® Shield with 85% tinned copper braid shield and a Teflon jacket. 

NOW MCRU BRING YOU A GENUINE NEW BELDEN CABLE THAT COMBINES THE BEST QUALITIES OF 83803 AND 19364. THIS CABLE HAS BEEN MANUFACTURED BY BELDEN USA AND IS A CROSS-BREED OF THE 2 BEST SELLING BELDEN MAINS POWER CABLES. 11.5MM OUTSIDE DIAMETER. 

THE CABLE IS SOLD PER METRE OFF THE REEL, IF YOU REQUIRE 3 METRES ADD QUANTITY 3 TO YOUR BASKET ETC ETC

This new cable features the beldfoil shield and flexiible drain wire and is as flexible as 19364 but it features thicker conductors the same size as the 83803 (12 AWG or 3.29mm sq) which gives you the flexibility of 19364 with the improvement diameter conductors of 83803, truly the best of both worlds.

MCRU are the sole UK dealer for this cable, we have constructed power cables using it and can report that it will fast become the default mains cable for DIY, it is a true audiophile bargain and is destined to become the new "must have" cable. It is colour coded to UK specification and is sold by the metre. Rated up to 600V.

It fits inside most of our plugs and IEC connectors however we recommend using quality connectors such as Furutech to bring out the best performance.

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By (Ankara, Turkey) on 11 Nov. 2016 (Belden Mains Power Cable New 19364 | 83803 Combined Design) :
(5/5

fantastic

I ordered 4 meters to make 2 x 2 meters for my class d mono amplifiers driving woofers only.. so I'm commenting only for bass region.. This cable is truely fantastic. I did tons of diy power cables using all Acrolink, Neotech, Acoustic Revive 7N occ copper staffs.. I am not saying Belden is the best but I can say that it took my music into a new level. it perfectly matched to my 400w monos and gave them a deep breath . dynamic, fast and powerfull cable..

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By (Pocklington, United Kingdom) on 11 Nov. 2016 (Belden Mains Power Cable New 19364 | 83803 Combined Design) :
(4/5

Andrew G

This cable is of high quality construction, is very nice to fit and should be ideal for high current amplifiers such as my Krell. I didn't think it sounded as good as a reference Siltech power lead but that was a lot more expensive and perhaps the Belden will improve with use.

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By (Warwick, United Kingdom) on 11 Nov. 2016 (Belden Mains Power Cable New 19364 | 83803 Combined Design) :
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Beautifully made

This is quality cable! Beautifully made, very solid. I'm still trying to work out whether it's an improvement over my old Kimber Yello doing the same job, but it's certainly no worse. Just be aware it's thick and inflexible so don't try to use it in confined places.

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