Review: SignalCable Magic Power Cord Power cord
My musical tastes run toward classical, especially large scale symphonic works. In fact, the recording I use most often for testing is the Telarc cd of Respighi's Pines/Fountains of Rome. I also listen to a fair amount of jazz of the west coast variety.To me,probably the most important aspect of sound is instrumental timbre,their characteristic sound.An English Horn should sound exactly like an English Horn. The all over sound should be smooth and transparent.Dynamics, both micro and macro,are important,especially the former.The last thing I want to hear is sound that is shrill, compressed, or congested.
I added my first SignalCable Magic Power Cable to my system some three months ago,to my Marantz SACD/cd player. Since then, I have added four more,so that each of my components is now served by one. They are that good.Background have become silent,micro dynamics are clearly expressed,soundstage has expanded and deepend,and instrumental timbres are much more realistic.
This is an incredible product at an absurdly low price.
Marantz 8260 SACD/cd player,Adcom GFP 750 preamp,Monarchy SM-70 amps used as monoblocks,Triangle Antal speakers,HSU VFT-2 subwoofer.
Stock cords supplied with components, Monarchy AC1 powercords.