Mains Cables R Us No.18 Fig.8 Power Lead

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Mains Cables R Us No. 18 mains lead suitable for Sky HD boxes, blu-ray players, LCD & Plasma TV's. NOW UP-GRADED WITH FILTERED MAINS PLUG

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One of our most popular mains power cables, a must have for anyone who is sceptical about what a good mains lead can do for your hi-fi system or home cinema equipment. Made using audio grade parts and not to a price, for the money it is difficult to better the performance of this cable. We only use cable with 2.5mm OFC conductors, our cable is manufactured in Germany and is a quality wire using tinned copper braiding NOT steel braiding which has no application in hi-fi at all. 1 metre long as standard, longer lengths on request.

The cable is terminated with a silver plated fig.8 connector soldered to the cable using Furutech silver solder for the best possible connection to ensure faultess performance guaranteed. The plug end has our own sourced plug, chosen after many years of using other plugs and finalized on for its ease of use and faultless finish, the plug pins are heavy silver plated by a sub-contractor with 50+ years plating experience, masters of their art and the finest quality plating we have ever seen. Please read our article Conductivity of Metals for Hi-Fi and Further Technical Info.


By on 15 Oct. 2014 :

Title : Mains Cable no. 18
Comment : I have a Micromega phono amp which has a built in PSU, I was interested to see if a better mains cable would improve its already excellent performance and as it has a figure 8 socket decided to try this cable. I am more than happy with the improvement this cable has made as the soundstage has opened up more, bass is tighter and voices are more defined.
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