Where are you going to plug the Kimble power cord to? To power amp, I would use PK10. But for CD player or preamp,PK14 is adequate.
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I was surprised at the lack of information on the website. I'd probably call them to ask or visit a dealer and see the cables, but intuitively my guess would be that the PK 10 is 10 gauge wire (better for amps than 14 gauge)and the PK 14 is 14 gauge wire, which should be fine for source components. I could be wrong, though--have been on many occasions in the past.
I talked directly to Kimber today and they suggested that if I mix them up, PK10 should go with the amp and PK14 for the cd player. However, I'll just go ahead and get PK10 for both so that I don't get an upgrade bug year from now. Can't wait to hear the results compared to my stock power cords and $10 Walmart extension cord. Thank you for all the responses.
I use the Kimber PK 10 Gold WattGate and AG (silver) on all sources and preamp. The amp and line conditioner get the Kimber PK 10 Palladians with the AG and CU WattGates. I've used the PK 14 and while it's a good power cord go with the PK 10 since there's very little difference in the price. You can also upgrade to the AG connectors for a nice upgrade and have a very good power cord.