Hearing is believing?........power cables.......


For anyone who is skeptical about the difference a high quality power cord can make in your high quality audio system........try it.......hearing is believing. About 10 years ago when I bought my first "entry level" hifi system (B&K amp/preamp, Canton speakers) my audio advisor dropped off a Tara Labs Prism power cord. He said just try it for a week and if you don't think it makes a difference just return it. I, like most unfamiliar with high quality cables, was skeptical.......how could a cable 1 meter long from the wall to my equipment make a difference? I put it on the power amp and yes I could definitely tell there was a more defined bass and overall clearer soundscape. I'm a musicians, so I figured maybe the "non audiophile" can't hear the difference. So my brother-in-law who is a bricklayer came over and we did a blind listening test. I randomly switched the Tara, sometimes trying to fool him......told him I switched but didn't........he could tell every time I used the Tara! So I was convinced that it was "wishful thinking on my part or particularly sensitive ears. If you don't think a great power cable can make a difference........take the challenge. Try one for a week and see (hear) for yourself!
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"The person who does understand history remains doomed to misinterpret it."

- the Lemma to Jorge Santayana
Your hearing is only as good as the best system you ever heard. 

All that I will bother to say is that buying High Fidelity PCs is putting yourself on a slipery slope, but it is a great ride.
@shadorne "Yup. For example, the whole global warming scare has demonized CO2 from what it actually is - a totally harmless trace gas and extremely minor infra-red absorber of which projected increases will only help green the planet at an absolutely negligible change to temperature."

And yet what you say goes against the scientific consensus reached by the majority of climate researchers on the planet. The lack of understanding of scientific principles allows views such as yours on climate change to propagate. Unless, of course, you have some super secret research. Those of us worried about climate change would much rather prefer not to. I’d love it if we were wrong..
 
goes against the scientific consensus
What consensus?  BS!