The plugs and sockets on 15 and 20 amp cords are different. The DNA 125 will most likely take a 15 amp cord.
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Just to elucidate. I am sure the dna piece takes a reg. 15 amp cord. With regards to a 20 amp cord--the part that goes to the wall is the same,on both cords. The part that goes into the back of the piece is different. It has 2 horizontal prongs --a 15 amp has 2 vertical prongs---along with the ground prong,naturally.
Are your wall outlets electrically coded for 20A or 15A? Consider that each uses a different gauge of wiring within the wall. If your outlet is 15A, you should probably use a 15A cord. 20A cord can carry more current, which would mean that it may not trip a 15A circuit breaker when it is supposed to. I am not an electrician, but an interested audiophile and this is what I have read.