Many nice gents in this site, highly reputable common folks audiophiles like @lalitk @wig and others have mentioned these, so it’s probably time to create a specific thread on Zavfino, a direct sales cables company based in Canada with presence ‘ distributors in US, also direct:

I took the advice of these folks with a power cord, the Prima MK2

I could not be happier with this cord, something that would easily cost $2,000 or even $3,000 from other better known cable makers. It’s outstanding, for about $500. Absolutely amazing build, and packaging too. It sounds great, very quiet. I am sure the cheaper PC, the Majestic at $390 is very good too: 
I now have the Prima speaker cables on my way. Call me “sold”.

No BS, truly top quality cables company that flies under the radar. Very affordable too. Take a look. No relation to the company, just a happy first time customer, thanks to my Audiogon friends here

I would not call Prima (and the Darts) having the stage placed behind the speakers. I have had many speaker cables over the years, and some were really behind the speakers. Some too forward. IMO, from all the cables I have owned, and I don’t claim to have owned them all, the Zavfino are just right on that regard 

Yes. The Silver Darts XLRs. My system is pretty simple: one pair of interconnects only, from streaming DAC to Integrated amp. No analog. It’s in my profile under Systems 

Ah very nice. Nice looking room too, love the GIK panels and your listening chair.

I read through this thread and I am intrigued, but I can’t remember if or where someone has done a direct compare of the Silver Dart vs. the Prima power cords.

I am interested in the difference in SQ from the wall to my amps (Bryston 4BSST2). Also, if there is a big difference in SQ for all my other components, which are plugged into a power conditioner.

If anyone has compared the two PCs I would love to hear from you, or please supply the date and time this was posted in this thread so I can read what has been posted.

FYI: I am currently (no pun intended) using Cerious Tech Graphene Extreme.


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