You should try the Silent Source by Walker Audio.
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I have heard that the Richard Grey High Tension Wires are neutral. I have been in the same boat, but have not tried them. The Bolder Nitro is very quick, dynamic and smooth, but I am not yet sure it is neutral. I am still trying to sort out what is doing what. I am not saying that they are not otherwise good, but these wires did not seem totally neutral in my system:
MIT Z Cord-II
Having recently compared my Electraglide Ultra Khan Statement R/R to a TG Audio SLVR on several components, I thought the EG exhibited more bloom in the mids and more expansive imaging..In that regard, I felt the TG to be more neutral sounding from top to bottom...I still prefered the EG in my system..Just a thought on the issue that the TG may be what your looking for.
Here is an excellent thread by Agon member TVAD about different powercords including very helpful comments on which PCs are neutral, or warm and full-bodied:
Power Cord Flavors
Of course, as Zargon mentioned the performance of any cable is very much system dependent, however the above thread might give you an indication which ones to try.
Thanks for the link Rene, i must have missed that one.
I have the PS Audio Lab Cable= full bodied and a little dark.
I alsoo have a VOODOO Mana, but this cable is to short.
Anyone experience with VOODOO?
I now have EMM gear and i want to replace the Kimber PK14.This cable is supplied with the EMM gear.
From what i know is this a neutral cable. Correct?
So i want a better cable, if i can find one.
Thank you for your reactions till now.
I will make for myself a list of cables that i should try.
Ridge Street Audio - sonically right down the middle
DCCA - lets the music through like no other cord I've heard; even more transparent than the Electraglide, but make sure you tell Don the orientation of your component, as he will make the cord to measure. This is crucial, as they are much stiffer and heavier than most other PC's.