yeah i have 2 power dynamic "power one" cables sitting here brand new, not even opened that i'm supposed to test, they sell for $571.00( EACH!!!) on their site for 6 ft. I got it for Xmas(nice huh, i love free stuff :D) from one of their Dealers. http://www.virtualdynamics.ca/content.php?id=30
Is the site with the info
heres some of their specs on it
12 Gauge Solid-core copper conductor. Hot, Neutral, and Ground conductors are seperated for maximum shielding and vibration control.
Level 1 Speed of Light circuit
Level 1 Dynamic Filtering
3 Dielectric Layers
True Float Ground Technology
Cold Crimped Terminations
and heres what those terms mean...? ( i'm not gonna say i understand it, because i don't but heres what they say on their site about those things, and i just took small parts of what they said about each other wise this would be a book, not a post, so if you wanna read more click that link up there)
oh and i'm the guy who said, listen first then talk, and I haven't listened yet so I can't speak yet... :D
"Speed of Light
Virtual Dynamics is leading the audio industry in addressing the role of Coulomb Friction in the degradation of signal quality. A key part of this new approach is utilizing and exploring “magnetic circuitry” as a means of amplifying, aligning, and filtering the signal. The name of this new invention utilizing magnetic circuitry is “Speed of Light” (SOL). "
A technology birthed from the principles of Coulomb Friction. For audio cabling purposes, Coulomb Friction could be simplified as the equal and opposite reaction to the flow of electricity through a conductor.
As electricity hits the conductor, the resistance creates energies in the form of vibration, static, and heat.
These energies distort the signal quality, which degrades the sonic purity.
Dynamic Filtering utilizes fluid mechanics to dampen the conductor, eliminating distortion.
A dielectric, or electrical insulator, is a substance that is highly resistant to electric current. Generally speaking, there is an advantage to having numerous layers of dielectric as it provides protection from outside interference, and concentrates the applied electric field within itself. However, Virtual Dynamics cabling does not rely solely on dielectric layers for this purpose, please see True Float Ground Technology. "
"True Float Ground Technology
You’ve likely been educated about the dangers of allowing your audio/video cables cross over each other because conductors can actually play the role of antennae for radio frequency (RF) noise and electro-magnetic interference. That education still applies, but you can throw it out the window when using Virtual Dynamics cabling.
Our Level 1True Float Ground Technology features a noise rejection rating over 99%, with our Level 2 being even higher. Skip the tedious process of meticulously laying out your cables and enjoy the beauty of silence! "
anyone else here ever try one of those? try anything else in that price range? more? less? i'm currious, because c'mon you can't sell stuff that is that expenisve if it dosn't make a hell of a difference! and i guess a bunch of audiophile magz say this cable is one of the best and better then some more expensive then it ( wow more then 600 dollars for a power cable? wow!! I wish i had money like that! )