Furutech IEC inlets, Cables and GTX-D

I've just gotten a few of the Furutech IEC inlets, which I put on one of my mono amps - the top of the inlet broke off on one amp. I hooked it up when I got home (had to have my repair guy do it), and played a mono recording on one speaker. Then switched the speaker cable to the other amp (with a regular inlet). Pretty noticeable difference! Clearer sound, more focused without thinning out the body of instruments and especially female R&B 60s singer voices (where you can tell instantly if it's better or worse: the "soul" disappears from their singing. Irma Thomas should never, EVER, sound bland. Just Black! Got 'em for $27.99/each. Bought two, so now I can do the other amp.

Has anyone tried any of their speaker cables/interconnects? HP was impressed last year,when he said they were as good as - if not better than - the Nordost Tyr.
I bought the Furutech 104D outlet cover, too. To make this post short, it was obviously superior to the FIM outlet cover and of course, the ordinary wall cover. Ordered another one tonight. Next up? The Furutech GTX-D receptacle. Has nobody tried this because of the price??
I have an etpt-80. I like it very much. To be honest, though, it dosen't "do" that much. That's why I like it. I find that I don't care for the majority of power products I try. The Furutech I have is a pretty safe way of adding some outlets without having to worry if its going to mess up the sound of your components.

I haven't heard them, but their speaker cables and IC's look like very good products. I know The Cable Company has their whole line of products to lend out. Its a risk free way to go. I use them all the time.
Furutech makes some wonderful cable products. My overall Furutech favorite is the EVO II loom that I reviewed for PFO on issue 45:


The Flux series is even more revealing, with the ICs and speakerwires being at least as enchanting as EVO II. See my article on PFO No. 47:


Saluti, Guido
The GTX-D (R) is an improvement only if you you use FI-50 plugs. That way you have pure copper/rhodium from the house wiring to the component. Add to that the copper inlets. Only problem is price.