Tel wire vs Lessloos

Anyone compare these two Power cords?
The TelWire has more extension in the highs and sounds "clearer" for lack of a better word. The image it creates is larger.

The Lessloss has a slightly warmer quality with less top end extension. The image is somewhat smaller. It is "more forgiving" since it has less detail.

This was my perception of the two.

One is not better than the other. They're just different.
I'm running a LEssloss on my Modwright Trsnporter right now. David (rydenfan) sent me one of his demo Tel Wire's and it arrived today. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, David did a nice comparo:

I compared the Lessloss PC to the Tel Wire and preferred the Tel Wire. Lessloss was a bit quieter, but darker as well. Tel Wire is neutral and open. Also more flexible. I currently use 3 Tel Wire PCs in my system.

BTW - Both Tel Wire and Lessloss have introduced new models since I did the comparison. I have only compared the original models from each.
Wow, so far I have the exact opposite (exact!) impression than Tvad...but it's only 1 hour into the switch, which for one minute, of course, turned off power to the Transporter and it's tubes. The Tel Wire seems warmer and almost slightly boomy in the lower midrange (hence the warmth comment) and therefore slightly less detailed too. hwoever, if this tubbiness or boominess subsides within the next 24 hours my impressions may chnage drastically. I liked the slight edge or sharpness that the Lessloss brought to my tube modded source. Stay tuned...
Yup, Tedmbrady, completely opposite results.

Which is why user opinions are of little value (IMO).

Each person must listen for himself using his own gear.

Lessloss makes this difficult because they do not offer a home trial, so buying
used is the best option.
The Telwire cord needs about 150 hours of break-in before it reaches its full potential in your system. I currently have one on my refurbished Pilot 17W integrated. I don't have any experiences with the Lessloss. I actually veered away from it as I've had previous unpleasant listening experiences with cords containing filtration materials, i.e, ferrite,etc. But until I actually someday try the Lessloss somewhere in my system, I can't make any comments on its performance. Like Tvad recommended, buy a good used one on Agon and if it doesn't gel in your system, you can hopefully resell and get your money back. As to the Telwire, its sonic characteristics are very musical with a tonal balance leaning a tad to the lean side. Until the Telwire makes it through its burn-in, initial sound is recessed midrange, bloaty, rolled-off bass and rolled-off highs. After 150-200 hours of play, it begins to balance out its spectrum and the mids open up nicely. It mates well with my slightly warm push-pull EL84 amp, though. Try both and tell us what you think. (O:
I prefer the TelWire to the LessLoss, the above observation by Shreod is really good. So is the insightful review by David. The somewhat lean characteristics of TelWire seem aggrevated with components that draws higher current, but Chris of TelWire just launched a high current verison of the PC which hopefully will ameliorate the issue.
Obviously based on the review I wrote, I ultimately preferred the TelWire to the LessLoss.I did not experience that bloom that Ted is experiencing so it will be interesting to see if it remains. At first I thought it was less detailed then the LessLoss however what I realized was a few things:
1. I needed to turn the volume up slightly louder with the TelWire than the LessLoss and all detail immediately returned.
2. The LessLoss had more of a forward/attacking sound which at first I liked. but once I went back to it after the TelWire I found it fatiguing.
3. I find the TelWire more open on the top end.

The TelWire really added that effortless analog sound that I have stated in my writeup.
I have found them work well together. I use LessLoss on Transporter and TelWire on the preamp. LessLoss seems to work well with digital equipment as it filters out digital noises and reduces them back onto AC line.
Vett93, I have found the same. I like Tel Wire on analog equipment and Lessloss on digital, to over-simplify. Both are top notch, incredibly well-built products.

I've become a huge believer in synergy, and now realize the umpteen variables involved. It's like mixing paint colors; start with a slightly different recipe and the dash of color looks great on your wall; on mine it looks like mud. At the end of the day, you need to sample on your own "wall".