High current power cables


How come some manufacturers offer high current power cables for use with amplifiers and some don't? Is this to say that the companies who don't offer one have designed their power cables to work in any application? 


@cleeds : I believe clearthink and clearthinker are two different, legit individuals. I am however sure about "deluded audiophile" dude. I have a list of all his previous usernames (really very easy to spot), the most "prominent" being Audio2Design, Atdavid, Dannad, Roberttdid, and Cindyment. There were a half dozen others he came in with, but they were very short lived, basically created to insult some users, including me. For example, when he was posting as "cindyment" he created a username with my username in it, named "thynamesinnervoice" and posted screenshots of stuff when he was Audio2design. Hilarious!

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Your power supply looks great to me.  As long as you are supplying your amp with enough juice that does the job.  Don't overspend for no benefit.

My old Krell KSA50 (D'Agostino's first product, mid 80s) used to play on after power down in distorted mode for about 10 seconds.  Now, that's a proper power supply.  But as you say created by the storage in his amp not by $8,000 six foot lengths of cable terminating 20 miles of supply from the power station/windmill.

Clearthinker stand for clear thinking.


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Thank your for your support and understanding.

Yes I have nothing to do with 'clearthink' who does not do that.

I have only had one handle here which is the current one.  If our masters were to exclude me, I would not bother to create another 13 successive handles to get back in.

Life's too short and I'm only trying to help everyone clear the haze.