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    Storm series power cords

    Anyone seen their new design???

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    Re: Storm series power cords

    Only new IC’s as far as I’ve heard.


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    Re: Storm series power cords

    In the newest iteration of the Storm series power cords the cable is no longer braided.
    Buddy

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    Re: Storm series power cords

    Quote Originally Posted by Audio 1 View Post
    In the newest iteration of the Storm series power cords the cable is no longer braided.
    That is correct.
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    Re: Storm series power cords

    I gather that there are two advertised differences with regard to technology in the cables besides the physical change from a braided cable.

    1) The change from ZERO Tech (No Characteristic Impedance) for Uncompressed Current Transfer; GND (Ground-Noise Dissipation) to ZERO-Tech (No Characteristic Impedance) for Uncompressed Current Transfer; RF/ND-Tech "(PATENTED RADIO-FREQUENCY GROUND-NOISE DISSIPATION) MINIMIZES CIRCUIT MISBEHAVIOR BY CANCELLING INDUCED RF NOISE"
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    2) The change from DBS Carbon to DBS with Level-X Radio-Frequency Trap. Evidently Audioquest top cables have been shipping with this for awhile, however.

    Does anyone know of any other differences?

    I'd like to hear how Audioquest describes these differences in comparison to the last generation.
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    Re: Storm series power cords

    I'd like to know if these are more flexible than the outgoing generation.

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    Re: Storm series power cords

    They are supposed to be

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