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Replacing Default Mains Leads

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Scotty Boy, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. Scotty Boy

    Scotty Boy
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    Is it worth it?

    I've been told it reduces noise and stuff, but how would this benefit me with my Amplifier, DVD player and TV? Would I get a better pciture or sound quality?

    Or is it all nonsense at the end of the day?

    Thanks fellas.

    Scott
     
  2. alexs2

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    Very much depends on the quality of your mains supply,and the overall quality of the equipment,as well as the fact that with certain items,it may make no difference at all!

    I've used a selection of Kimber and similar leads on my gear,and it can make a very noticeable improvement especially with source items like CD players,but with things like my power amps,no difference at all was noted.

    The easiest way to try,is to get some on demo from somewhere like www.russandrews.com,who offer a 60 day trial period,or a local friendly hifi shop,and try before you buy.
     

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