I searched but couldn't find one so I bought the Voodoo .... It worked great...
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Ya - i thought to change only the plug too, though too costly, plus i could mess up some of the delicate-original manufacturing potentially... I was actually hoping to find an all copper generic adapter for cheap.
Sometimes there is no advantage in buying a audiophile brand - for for certain parts.
Thanks all - unless there's still a magic solution still out there
hi-the way it was manufactured there is a bulky filter at the neck preventing me sliding the IEC base down to get at the screw terminals; and if I could barely achieve that I would risk messing up the original manufacturing, not to mention have very little slack to re-install at the terminals.(Nightmare)
Update I bought the Voodoo - he swears there cannot be any degradation, and I get the added bonus of having a 20 amp option at me disposable for future applications .