1. Ecosse Big Orange MK2+

    Ecosse Big Orange MK2+

    It's not cheap, but this mains cable is a decent upgrade for your system

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  2. Chord Company SuperScreen

    Chord Company SuperScreen

    Chord Company SuperScreen mains cable will give your system superior solidity.

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  3. Ixos XHP425-UK

    Ixos XHP425-UK

    The Ixos Overture XHP425-UK mains cable is an improvement over a standard cable, but the performance is only average

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  4. Russ Andrews Reference PowerKord W350i Ag

    Russ Andrews Reference PowerKord W350i Ag

    Those who own high-end components costing £2000 upwards should seriously consider this Russ Andrews Reference PowerKord lead

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  5. van den Hul MainsServer Hybrid

    van den Hul MainsServer Hybrid

    The Van den Hul MainsServer isn’t boring or dull, there just isn’t the spark that’s needed for a five-star rating

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  7. Russ Andrews Powerlink

    Russ Andrews Powerlink

    A roaring success in many ways, but ideally we'd like something slightly less prim-sounding

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  8. Philips SPR5520

    Philips SPR5520

    Surge protection is always welcome, but not at the expense of performance – no matter how quirky a product's appearance is

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  9. Lindy 6-way

    Lindy 6-way

    For just £40, this conditioner is a no-brainer and a bona fide system booster

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  10. Clearer Audio Copper-Line Alpha One (mains)

    Clearer Audio Copper-Line Alpha One (mains)

    The Copper-line Alpha One is a fine budget mains cable from Clearer Audio, and yes, this one really does make a difference

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  11. Supra MD-06

    Supra MD-06

    Vocal clarity increases and is more transparent, but the sound is leaner

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