2 Meter Silver/Rhodium Power cordCustom made silver/rhodium woven Power cord2 Meter  Silver/Rhodium Power cord Custom made silver/rhodium woven Power cord CARBON FIBER ConnectorsCustom made silver/rhodium woven Power cord These cords feature 10 AWG gauge, Aerospace Silver plated wire. You can not source better power cable wire than this. They are composed of over 50...249.00

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Custom made silver/rhodium woven Power cord These cords feature 10 AWG gauge, Aerospace Silver plated wire. You can not source better power cable wire than this. They are composed of over 500 individual strands of silver wire for incredible flexibility. Each conductor is wrapped in premium grade TechFlex jacketing for an high end appearance and long service life. Each cable is hand braided before being mated to the Connectors. Top of the line Power Cord Patented woven 4 conductor silver wire, First of all, there is no other cable on the market at this price point that even comes close to these. No hype, No snake oil No voodoo. Pure, simple, outstanding cables with performance approaching the very best and most expensive audio cables on the market, for a fraction of the price. Well below what audiophiles normally expect to pay for superbly engineered and hand crafted components. Best Value of any cables available. All my cables are made by hand by me one at a time, I'm a small operation working at my home, with a small markup (40%) including labor. Unlike large cable manufactures which have a large overhead and typically charge 16 - 20 times cost. My mission is to the finest audio components, of the finest materials, at a reasonable price. The wire is MIL spec aerospace stranded silver plated copper wire, silver being the best conductor of electricity, Teflon insulation is very close to air resulting in very low capacitance which makes the cable suitable for any audio component as it will not contribute to instability,or absorb the signal. Teflon insulation is very thin resulting in a cable that is lightweight and flexible. This cable will not stress the jacks on your components, but is very large gauge. This configuration provides incredible imaging and detail across the entire audio spectrum, deep, tight, powerful bass, sweet transparent midrange smooth and linear high frequency response. This cable provides incredibly low resistance. For the braid,referred to as "Milloit braid," after Henry Albert Milloit who invented and patented this type of braid for the Perfection Mica Company back in 1960 (see patent no. 2,958,724). Kimber Kable was able to secure a patent on the exact same braid, which they trademarked as Orthogonal GyroQuadratic. However that patent is unenforceable due to the prior Milloit patent. Carbon Fiber/Solid aluminum housings, Rhodium conductors. External housings are made with aluminum alloy cut from solid aluminum block by CNC machine. Surface housing is carbon fiber and offers effective electromagnetic shielding. Conductors are Rhodium plated copper alloy.Rhodium plate processing brings silk like dedicated sound characteristics, which is very close to the sound characteristics of pure silver, while rhodium will not oxidized like silver which will look and sound great for years. Wire: 4 runs of 10 AWG silver plated copper Conductor Stranding 19/25 No. of Cond. 1 Nom. O.D. (in) 0.114 Nom. Insul. Thick. (in) 0.015 Approx LBS/MFT 23 Min. Temp -60°C Max. Temp 200°C Cond. Material Silver-Coated Copper Insul. Material Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) NEMA Type HP3 Type E NEMA# HP3-EXBLE REVIEW : The Power cord is sounding GREAT. I took it up to my buddy's house .The wife and i went there for the weekend . He has and uses a Tara Labs THE ONE power cord on his Lampizator . I convinced him to try the Tunis Cord. He and i both like it better than THE ONE. The one is very VIVID and LIT ,so to speak, whereas yours was smoother and more refined and laid back. PERFECT IMO. The ONe is too forward and lit sounding. I think he was pleasantly surprised and a little envious. Thanks for the Great Cord!! REVIEW : Greetings Marcus: I’m writing to provide you with some feedback on the power cord. First, you were right: they sounded good out of the box; even better once they broke in for about fifty hours. While my former power cord-a 14 gauge no name cord-may not be much competition, the difference was night and day. Depending on the recording, of course, I’d say the soundstage increased in depth and width an average of 3 feet. On recordings I’m very familiar with-such as “Quintessence” by Bill Evans, the cymbals lost a “spray can” character and gave me air and overtones. A sense of “touch” was evident in the brushes on drums. The kind of detail I value isn’t hearing whether a subway train is running beneath an orchestra; rather, I value musical detail, and that’s just what this cord gave me. I listened to Charles Mingus’ “Isabel’s Table Dance” from “Tijuana Moods” and heard so much more of Isabel’s hissing and sassing in the background, the shaking of the tambourine and the castanets-so clearly delineated. When the full jazz orchestra plays a cacophony of sound, I heard individual instruments rather than a jumble. I could go on but I’ll sum up: I think this cord let me hear what my new preamp is capable of. Given that there’s no way to audition and no money back, I bought this on a leap of faith, and I have no regrets. I’m very pleased. While I’ve always known and appreciated what great cables can do for a system, I’ve always chafed at the expense. Even if $ were no object, folks are starving in the world, and I’m paying 15k for interconnects? In any event, I’m re-cabling my entire system with Tunis cables. To start, let me know what you’d recommend on a 1 meter interconnect between my VAC Statement Preamp w/ Phono stage and my Plinius SA100 MkII amp. My speakers are Magnepan 1.6. Sleeved in Tec-flex carbon sleeving Hard Shell Case Shipping is a flat $13.95 USPS Email me with any questions, All the best, Mark
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