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Old 11-23-2019, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by torxx View Post
Very interesting video, just out of curiosity how basic a power cord was that with all the noise? is a comparable to one that you would expect to get from MacIntosh or similar manufacturers? If not have you done the same test with a stock power cord like that? Obviously it would be inferior to the Shunyata but maybe somewhat better than the one you demonstrated. I sure would hope so that was crazy. Do you work for Shunyata ? Great job ����
It was a stock and "generic" black power cord that is identical to the power cords that are provided for many, many components sold in the U.S. I think this specific cord was the one provided with my Schiit DAC. Having never owned any McIntosh products, I could not say if it was the same or not.

Regardless, any power cord that is not a "NR" –*noise reducing" power cord would conduct the same amount of noise, even my older Shunyata power cords, e.g. Venom 3 or Black Mamba.

No, I do not work for Shunyata; I'm retired, and the only professional work I do nowadays is professional real estate photography.
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