Hook Your Source Component up to the AudioQuest NRG Tornado Power Cable and Get Blown Away by the Sonic Improvements: 20Amp Design Doubles as a Low-Z Noise-Dissipation System
Prepare to get blown away by the stellar overall performance and musical improvements you will hear with AudioQuest's Tornado source power cable (20Amp version). Part of the company's elite Storm Series power cables and intended for disc players, DACs, computer peripherals, and more that require a 20A specification, Tornado features Solid Perfect-Surface Conductor technology, patented Ground Noise-Dissipation technology, ZERO (No) characteristic impedance, directionally controlled conductors, and a 72VDC Dielectric-Bias System. You'll experience heightened transparency, finer details, a lower noise floor, striking purity, and grand-scale dynamics.
Made with Solid Perfect-Surface Copper+ and Perfect-Surface Copper conductors, hanging-silver red-copper plugs, and a Noise-Dissipation System with a Carbon DBS pack, Tornado gets out of the way of your music with an escapist's knack for disappearing. Indeed, each Storm Series cable functions as a truly optimized Low-Z Noise-Dissipation System, just like AudioQuest's extraordinary Niagara 1000, 1200, 5000, and 7000 power products. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.
Quiet Backgrounds and Minimal Electronics Misbehavior
Due to a more sophisticated Noise-Dissipation System (US Patent # 8,988,168), Storm Series AC cables accomplish what AudioQuest engineer Garth Powell's magnificent Niagara power products do: lower the noise that both smothers fine detail and ambience, as well as noise that causes active circuits to suffer transient-intermodulation distortion (TIM) and otherwise misbehave, causing a flat, forced-through-a-screen-door effect.
Optimal Insulation Electrical Characteristics
The effectiveness of AudioQuest's Dielectric-Bias System's (US Patent #7,126,055) (DBS) at reducing non-linear distortions caused by temporary energy storage in a cable's insulation is evident across all types of AudioQuest cables. In Storm Series, DBS is applied more strategically than ever. Reducing dielectric-noise takes a back seat to DBS extending the bandwidth and efficiency of all-important RF noise-dissipation.
No Strand Interaction, Minimal Grain Junction Disruption
Due to the sue of solid conductors, there is no contact between strands and thus, none of the distortion such architecture entails. Due to superior metals, less grain junctions within the conductors minimize distortion, and the superior conductor surface drains RF noise better than other metals.