Why don't you just shave it down to fit?
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I suppose that I could do that. Was hoping to do something that wouldn't affect the integrity of the cable, like obtaining an adapter.
It would be nice for manufacturers to specify polarized or unpolarized.
Are there unpolarized equivalents to this power cable? (I can use the one I have for another device.)
Hello Sugith - I think you have things backwards. The PS Audio Punch power cords that I have seen all have the unpolarized ends - two round connectors, so I have to assume that the Apple TV has a polarized C7 input ( one round and one with a flat spot). AppleTV's website is awful in that it gives no closeup of the back panel nor is there mention of the type of power cord required anywhere I can find, so I am guessing on the Apple TV, while I know for a fact on the PS Audio cord. There might be an adapter somewhere, but I do not know of one - sorry. Filing the flat spot on a standard C7 to make it fit the polarized input is NOT a good idea. Companies use a polarized input plug for a reason....