The Lessloss Power Cable

tdimler

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I've use a LessLoss DFPC Original into my DAC/Pre to great effect. I've compared it with several much higher priced cords without seeing any improvement. The new C-Marc cords are supposed to be better than even the DFPC Reference while having a lower price point. My impression of Louis at LessLoss is he takes a no-guff approach and I think if he says the C-Marc wire is better in all parameters then I believe him.

Time for you to buy one and report back to us!
 

waimac

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Thanks guys. Besides the Lessloss one, my another options may go for Siltech Explorer 270P or Shunyata Research Alpha Analog for my DarTZeel 108B. :D
 

es347

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Apr 20, 2010
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Alternate reality power cables. I wonder if they have safety agency testing. The old cables were wrong, the new ones are weird.
..I've got 4 Lessloss PCs that I run and couldn't disagree more. I too have compared them to cables costing considerably more and the held their own. Every one has been purchased used for an average cost of about $300 and even though they are a weird, wrong, and an alternate reality, I have no plans to "upgrade"..
 

waimac

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Thanks. Interesting reviews. Let's see, base on the sound characteristics of DarTZeel amp. Which brand shall be more preferred? Thx. Need some advices. Thank you once again.
 
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Thanks. Interesting reviews. Let's see, base on the sound characteristics of DarTZeel amp. Which brand shall be more preferred? Thx. Need some advices. Thank you once again.
I suggest not being obsessed with using the same brand on all components. Shunyata, Clarity Cable, Ansuz, Lessloss C-marc, and the new power cord from Sraightwire may all work extremely well on your DarTZeel amp.

The Siltech Ruby Hill may be a make or break cord, meaning it may sound great with bloom, smoothness, and power, or it may sound not right at all; too bright and forward, distant bass, and off tone.

For interconnects, I would definitely stick with the best copper ones on the market.
 

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