check the http://dhlabs.com website.
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I see a couple of recommendations for PS Audio power cords.
Is there much of a difference between the lower models and the upper models as far as running a sub-amp goes and how do the older models compare to the more recent and newer cords? I presently have the sub amp/crossover plugged into my PS Audio P-600 (fitted with Porter Ports) and a 6Sons Audio Windigo power cord powers the whole system. Thanks.
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When I indicate sub cables, I'm really talking about regular analog RCA interconnects. The sub's amp/crossover is outboard and uses an umbilical to connect to the subwoofer. I'm having Moon Audio check into upgrading that. I'm just looking for a fairly cheap way of connecting the sub's input to my Droplet's single-ended outputs that offers the best bass for the money. Thanks.
Tough to beat a VH Audio Pulsar IC and their Flavor 4. The Pulsar is a 75ohm cable that seems to be very good at low level detail. The VH4 is a great power cord that will easily deliver all the current the sub needs.
For your budget you can get the Pulsar new. Flavor 4 will depend on length and the connectors - keep it stock and you can do it. If you see one you like here on the Gon grab it - they sell faster then anything else I have seen listed.
I haven't been responsive to the advice offered to this thread and I apologize for that. I've had Mr Baird at Moon Audio build me an umbilical using Cardas Crosslink and have had a problem with the cord (no problem with Moon Audio--highly recommended). I haven't been able to use the sub in over a month so I've kinda forgot about the whole project. I hope to be able to try out some of your recommendations soon. Thanks!---Lyle