BMI makes an extension cord. His cords are very good but they are a bit expensive. Very nice person to deal with.
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Most members of Audiogon, Audio Asylum, etc would be stocked with the performance they would hear if they tried: http://www.venhaus1.com/diymains.html
I’ve noticed a kit is available at: http://cgi.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/cl.pl?cablpowr&1042120383
Nothing in it for me, just trying to pass on a tip to fellow audiophiles. I suppose it’s system dependent but you don’t have much to loose! Sounded very good in my system.
Ozfly; I think you're headed in the right direction. At one time I needed a longer power cord for my amp and having nothing else, I plugged it into a cheap 20 ft. 12 ga. hardware grade extension cord, and it absolutely KILLED music quality-- it wasn't even listenable. I ended up special ordering a 14 ft. Syn Res Master Coupler, and with it music returned to wonderful.
I know this is not your situation, but it was my experience with a cheap extension cord. I believe Cardas makes a high quality extension cord with several outlets. Good Luck. Craig
I'm the mule who's assembling DIY PC Kits of Belden 83802 for folks for $32, or $69 assembled. I'll be glad to build you an extension cord using a fine Leviton Pro connectors (AC male and female...instead of IEC, eight?), for $3 more to cover the connector cost. Write me for details, and have a fine Thanksgiving. Ernie
I'll assemble an EXTENSION CORD KIT for you consisting of 5' of the GREAT all-Teflon Belden 83802, matching outer jacket, and great AC male and female for $38. Add $3/ft for longer length. You'll make it up in less than 1/2 hour and be amazed at the performance. I'll send you one assembled for $72 if I have to do the work. RSVP
Ernie 781 483-3922 Happy New Year.
I now make 4 outlet 4.5" sq. solid cast aluminum 2 20amp duplex (P&S or Hubbell) power "boxes" with hard-wired Belden 83802 PC as a kit for only $55. RSVP for details.
Makes more sense than just a one-outlet extension as I had said last December. So by popular demand the PoBoxes are born. I can assemble them with a 9AWG PC too, for +$10.