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    Having just completed going in a huge cable ‘loop’ (pun intended) and ended up using the same interconnect as when I started, I’m all out of motivation for further interconnect experimentation/revelations .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandl100 View Post
    Belden 19364 is the best mains cable I have used, and I have tried quite a few!

    e.g. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mains-pow...53.m1438.l2649
    Just check connector type before clicking on "buy it now" though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty38 View Post
    Just check connector type before clicking on "buy it now" though...
    Oops. Yep, get one with the IEC connector you need!!
    Previous post edited accordingly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YNWaN View Post
    Having just completed going in a huge cable ‘loop’ (pun intended) and ended up using the same interconnect as when I started, I’m all out of motivation for further interconnect experimentation/revelations .
    Hah - yes, I've just spent a year or so performing a similar loop, with the same start and end point as you!
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    Yep, as you said in an earlier post (I think) the Atratus 3 sounds as fresh as the first day I heard it. I would dig out the review I wrote about it if it wasn’t for the fact that you can only buy it second hand and you can’t even buy the raw cable it is made from unless one is prepared to import it.

    I wonder how it would compare in Adrian’s scoring system....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandl100 View Post
    Oops. Yep, get one with the IEC connector you need!!
    Previous post edited accordingly.
    Haha, my original post was missing its smiley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    Adrian, how long it take for the cables to arrive from Greece after you placed the order? And did the seller use a tracked service?

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    It was within a week, I don't think it was tracked but arrived all good. They look to be pretty well made IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karma67 View Post
    although i'll wait till you score my interconnect first
    Sorry I am back at work this week and will not get to the KARMA interconnects till Friday, weekend is wiped out due to a wedding to attend. If I need to I will do some more listening on Monday.
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    The fellow AoS'er who recommended them is very kindly sending me his Hagerman Frybaby on loan to burn them in, he said that it improves them even further. So if they get better it will be interesting in what way. Not something I done before with any cable so I will be interested in the result. I will of course repeat the listening tests and report back again. TTFN
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    my Belden 8402 order has arrived,i'll make a tonearm cable and a pair of interconnects up and give them a spin
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