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RE: Isotek EVO3 premier power cable - Any oppinions

Alears wrote:

BigH wrote:

I doubt anyone has heard it. £80 for a cable, think I would spend that elsewhere.

I must admit to owning one of these connected to Polaris power block.

I had my reasons. Smile

However I am not going to comment on it as such because I have no other items (other than bog-standard power leads) to compare it with.

The Polaris block has suppressed all mains noise (my fridge freezer or possibly the tumble dryer I am informed) that I was experiencing after a room change for my system.

I am not at all sure that the Evo3 power cable on it's own would profer the same benefits.

Hi,

How did it compare with the bog standard leads you used - thanks.

Cheers

Steve.

 

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RE: Isotek EVO3 premier power cable - Any oppinions

stephennic wrote:

Alears wrote:

BigH wrote:

I doubt anyone has heard it. £80 for a cable, think I would spend that elsewhere.

I must admit to owning one of these connected to Polaris power block.

I had my reasons. Smile

However I am not going to comment on it as such because I have no other items (other than bog-standard power leads) to compare it with.

The Polaris block has suppressed all mains noise (my fridge freezer or possibly the tumble dryer I am informed) that I was experiencing after a room change for my system.

I am not at all sure that the Evo3 power cable on it's own would profer the same benefits.

Hi,

How did it compare with the bog standard leads you used - thanks.

Cheers

Steve.

 

Cant comment on that as I have, as stated above, never used it on it's own.

 

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