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Shunyata - Delta XC Power Cable (20 Amp)

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Shunyata - Delta XC Power Cable (20 Amp)

Shunyata - Delta XC Power Cable (20 Amp)

Price $1,400.00
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One-Stop Upgrade Drastically Boosts the Performance of Your Power Conditioner: Shunyata Delta v2 XC Power Cable (20A) Delivers Dynamic, Tonal, Textural, and Timing Improvements

Featuring several serious material and technology enhancements over its predecessor, the Shunyata Delta v2 XC power cable ostensibly serves as a one-stop upgrade that will make your power conditioner sound revitalized and reenergized. You will experience more detail, harmonic depth, and tonal subtlety when listening to music with Delta v2 XC in your setup. In addition, its use of VTX-Ag conductors results in significant improvements in dynamics, accuracy, and low-level resolution while preserving the textural and timbral signatures that bring music to life. Next to the competition, Delta v2 XC also delivers more precise, time-correct presentations distinguished with an authoritative low end, pronounced contrasts, and transparent soundstages. And you won't have to wait hours for it all to happen. It arrives ready to operate at optimum level right out of the box courtesy of Shunyata's Kinetic Phase Inversion Process (KPIP) that eliminates time-consuming burn-in on your end.

Sharing much of the same construction found in its sibling Alpha v2 XC and Sigma v2 XC models, both also tailored for power conditioners, Delta v2 XC cables are comprised of a ultra-pure OFE copper tube with a pure silver conductor at the center of the hollow core – all woven into 10-gauge VTX-Ag conductors linked to CopperCONN connectors. The latter contain pure copper contacts that claim higher conductivity principles than the common plated brass and bronze contacts found in almost every other cable at this cost. STIS terminals, advanced fluorocarbon dielectrics, and sonic welding that mitigates junction points round out a cable whose noise-reduction capabilities can be measured. Select the length you require from our drop-down menu above and hear the differences for yourself with a risk-free in-home audition backed by our 100% Music Direct Satisfaction Guarantee.

CopperCONN Connectors

Shunyata Research has developed its own line of CopperCONN connectors that feature solid copper contacts and true carbon-fiber head-shells (Alpha and Sigma models) that have anti-vibration qualities. These connectors are not just beautiful; they functionally reduce micro-distortions due to the carbon fiber's unique energy absorbing vibration reduction qualities.

DTCD Design

Dynamic Transient Current Delivery is critical to performance for high performance entertainment systems. All elements in Reference XC Series power cords, including the wires, contacts, dielectrics and junctions, are tested and optimized using Shunyata Research's proprietary DTCD Analyzer. This optimization ensures outstanding low-frequency performance as well as dynamic contrasts akin to a live musical event. More than any other design parameter, Shunyata Research's ability to provide measurable dynamic instantaneous current is unparalleled.

VTX-AG Conductors

Reference XC Series cables feature an advancement in conductor technology that combines the transient speed and definition of pure silver with the warmth, power, and body of pure copper. VTX-Ag has a core conductor of pure silver with an outer concentric conductor of high-purity OFE copper. VTX-Ag provides significant improvements in dynamics, timing precision,and low-level resolution while preserving the subtle tonal, textural, and timbral signatures that bring music to life.

KPIP 'Blackbird' Process

Reference XC Series power cords are treated with Shunyata Research's proprietary Kinetic Phase Inversion Process. Four days of continuous KPIP processing dramatically reduces burn-in time and significantly improves sonic performance, delivering a relaxed and life-like presentation.

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