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Gutwire's G Clef2
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Gutwire's G Clef2

Power Cables by Gutwire

Manufactuer's Description:

Our power cable conductors are made of high purity oxygen-free copper.  Noise floor and background noise are to be reduced to a minimum by utilizing multiple shielding.  The lower the noise floor, the clearer you can get to the essence of music.  Multiple shielding is used to reject most of the EMI and RFI.  Together with our discrete shield grounding system, our power cable lets audiophiles choose the grounding method of the outer shield-- floating or grounded.  The shield grounding connects the outer shielding to the equipment chassis through the alligator clip (which is also made of copper).  During our extensive listening tests, we concluded that different systems (different components in the system!) behave distinctively when the outer shielding is being floated or grounded.  Experience yourself the significance of using shield grounding in your system!!!
Triple shielding in G Clef is used to reject 98% of the EMI and RFI.  In order to fully damper the unwanted resonance, proprietary damping material is used to provide a resonance-free environment for the cable and the connector.  For connectivity, Wattgate 15A IEC and Hubbell hospital-grade AC plug are used to provide a tight and solid connection between the AC receptacle, the cable and the equipment.

   * Cable Diameter: .975"
    * Conductors: Multi-Strand High Purity Oxygen Free Copper
    * Insulation: Low dielectric Polyethylene
    * Discrete Conductors: 248
    * Shield Coverage: 98% Copper braided shielding
    * Shielding Type: Triple with individual shielding
    * Conductor Current Carrying Capacity: 42A
    * IEC Connector: Wattgate 15A or Hubbell 20A
    * AC Connector: Hubbell Hospital Grade 8215(15A) or 8315(20A)
    * Option: Wattgate 330i AC plug

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Price: $459.00
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