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  1. #1
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    Burn in adaptor.

    WTF. I must get one of these
    https://shunyata.com/products/access...rn-in-adapter/

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    Wow, $35 for a 1ft (audiophile approved) extension cord... I'm in the wrong line of work! Also, I wasn't aware that a "fan, refrigerator, or dehumidifier" was an AC generating device. Bad translation there, I'm guessing.... Cheers, Dave
    Audiophile wish list: Zero Distortion, Infinite Signal to Noise Ratio, and a Bandwidth from DC to Daylight

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    To me, this look like a solution looking for a problem.

    Did you see the US$100 125V 20 amp outlet!
    https://shunyata.com/products/access...sr-z1-outlets/

    Zooming in on the photo it is made by Hubbell. However, it does look a little different than this one:
    https://www.zoro.com/hubbell-wiring-...gy/i/G1232375/
    which is available for US$18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P Nelson View Post
    To me, this look like a solution looking for a problem.

    Did you see the US$100 125V 20 amp outlet!
    https://shunyata.com/products/access...sr-z1-outlets/

    Zooming in on the photo it is made by Hubbell. However, it does look a little different than this one:
    https://www.zoro.com/hubbell-wiring-...gy/i/G1232375/
    which is available for US$18.
    I expect if you plug one of their ridiculously priced power cables into an ordinary mains socket you won't get the full benefits

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    Looks like an mRNA vaccin for your power cords. It teaches your cables how to shield themselves from noise of dirty appliances like refrigerators and fans.

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