Need FLEXIBLE Power Cord .


I am in dire need of a power cord with flex for an sub. I have some good Shunyata, ZU, Audio Art and Acoustic Zen cord but only my ZU Mother has any flex and its length is needed for my amp .Only good place for GalloTR1 sub precludes a "stiffy " .
In 300-500 $  new or used range at most .
Does anyone know if  cheapest Shunyata   has any flex ?
 
schubert
I have used many but Wywires juice always make it back in my system - they are keepers.  They are very flexible, I use them on Mcintosh 501's and Allnic 3000 phono amp.  They are in your price range.

Thanks pops, new to me but I'll check it out .
I have found that WireWorld silver electra's are pretty flexible. I do prefer the AZ Guargantua II ( not flexible) and AZ Krakatoa's for better sound.
How long do you need Shubert. Power plus from dh labs is very good, flexible and reasonably priced. You can also get it from parts connexion in Ottawa Canada. 

Jena Labs Ferrite would be a good choice. Well made, flexible and good sounding.
This cable really blew me away and is very flexible. Its a custom made Furutech Cable with Rhodium/Copper Carbon Fiber Connectors. $500 for 1m and you can also home audition before you buy.

https://www.tweekgeek.com/tweeked-out-furutech-fp-s022n-power-cable/
marqmike, about 6 ft .
DH labs has always been a favorite of mine, I’l look at that .
I recently ordered an item from parts connection , got it next day in Twin Cities for normal ship price .

Jena labs has good reputation as well .

I always liked Wireworld too.
I like and would suggest this one, KLEI gPower2 AC power cable, or this one, KLEI gPower3 AC power cable
Cerious Technologies Graphene power cords.
Synergistic Research Black power cord.
How long of a power cord do you need?
6 ft 
@schubert how many do you need?
1
HiDiamond P3

You can't go wrong with P3 especially for the price.  One of my favorite value PC.


I was going to suggest finding a Zu Mother, but- you’re already familiar with the gem. Personally, the only Zu product I like(tried a plethora too). I was lucky enough, some time back, to find one on a Canadian site, in a 5M length, out of which I could make the two I needed(that’s five of ’em in my rig). They’re worth every penny and difficult to find, nowadays.
I have three flexible 6' power cords that are all very good that I'd be willing to let go.
PM me if you are interested.
1) Emerald Physics One power cord.
2) Cerious Technologies Graphene Blue power cord.
3) Furutech PC Triple C Series FP-TCS21 with High-Quality Carbon Fiber Rhodium Plated US Supply Power Plug HIFI IEC Connector. Professionally made by Audio Archon.
rodman99999

To say the least, I've been waiting for a ZU  moma to show up for years.
Those who have them must keep them .
 Only thing i have that bests them, and not by that much, is a Shunyata 
 with over 2k MSRP .
Funny how we all hear differently.   I had Zu Varial ICs and Ibis SC/jumpers and like them very much.   Then I tried a Mother II PC and it was horrible.  One of the worst PC ever experienced. It's was dry and constricting even on a DAC. Sound got filtered out all in different frequencies and turning up the volume was no help.
Could  be  , original was not like that .
Ditto on Ibis esp. jumpers .
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@kinghifi- Never had a Mother II. Of course, cables are one of those things that are highly component dependent, when it comes to compatibility. It’s also said that they(PCs in general) can take much longer than other cables, to, "burn in" and sound their best. What you’ve described kinda sounds like what I’ve experienced, when first installing new components. I attribute that to(mostly) dielectric absorption(my best guess). How much time did you give it(just out of curiosity)?
@schubert -  What's what I've been thinking, regarding their scarcity.  I know I'm not coming off mine, any time soon!    
One that isn't mentioned very much is Black Sands Cables out of Canada.  Wonderful cables and they were wonderful to deal with.  A friend and I did a shoot-out with his 5 to 6 thousand dollar power cables plus DIY and they fell short by what we heard, but at the now $600 cables from Black Sands for a 2 meter length were close.
https://www.blacksandaudio.net/power-cords/violet-zi-mkii-carbon-edition-2m I have the Mark 1's.  I can only imagine how these deliver the goods!
Hello Schubert.  I have a couple of the Shunyata Venom power cables.  They are both very flexible.  Another that is flexible is the Cullen Crossover power cord.  All relatively low cost.  
Thanks Ghost, which ,if any. do you find better?
Hello again, Schubert. I’d be making it up to claim a basis for recommending one over another. I have heard differences between ICs and speaker cable so I ain’t from the wire-is-wire school but not so sure I can hear differences between aftermarket cords. Not saying others can’t mind you, just that the earth didn’t move for me when I powered up with a new cord in place. The mix I’ve ended up with is based on opportunity, price, and length needed. Haven’t done any significant A/B testing with ’em. Just not that motivated about it, I guess.
Triode Wire Labs
@kinghifi- Never had a Mother II. Of course, cables are one of those things that are highly component dependent, when it comes to compatibility. It’s also said that they(PCs in general) can take much longer than other cables, to, "burn in" and sound their best. What you’ve described kinda sounds like what I’ve experienced, when first installing new components. I attribute that to(mostly) dielectric absorption(my best guess). How much time did you give it(just out of curiosity)?
@rodman99999  cable was broken in ...  I think it was defective
Just another of many variables to consider in this hobby.   Best we can do is research, experiment and hope for the positive.   Thinking about the plethora of possible electrical/electronic interactions and tastes in sound, it's kinda like cooking.
Except eveyybody will tell you how the meal was, that PC sound is usually all by yourself .
 Truth is more of an addiction than hobby for a lot of us .
"Except everybody will tell you how the meal was, ....."? It’s been my experience that, "everybody" will not have the same reaction to my cooking. ie: Most appreciate the Habanero peppers and garlic that I use(heavily) in my Guacamole-type dip, and some don’t. BUT- you’re right("EVERYBODY" does have an opinion)! Everything that I do to my home system, is intended to bring it’s presentation closer to the myriad of attributes I’ve experienced over the decades, when attending live venues/events(the good ones), whether as a listener, performer or Sound Tech. Those that have heard my system, have appreciated what it presents, given their own extensive experiences with live music(mostly acoustic musicians). None have failed to recognize the effects of cable upgrades. It’s funny, but- the most dramatic occurs with my phono stage, when swapping from stock to Mother. One would have to be functionally deaf, to miss the differences in dynamics and tone colors, in that app.  Happy listening!
Had the same search and ended up with Entreq. Very flexible, great sound.