A single 3' long PS Audio power cord will be going on a roadshow and the only thing it will cost you is the cost of shipping it off to the next person in line and the offering of your observations. This doesn't need to be a full, 4 page writeup professional review. Just a little feedback that the PC had no audible difference, quite a difference or perhaps....a difference but only on certain gear and not others.
I want to make this crystal clear up front. There will be no excuses for not sending this on to the next person in a timely manner and holding these "hostage" for any reason will not be tolerated. It is not yours and we would expect the utmost of care be given to the PC while it is in your possession. The owner of this power cord will be wanting this back and we thank him for making this roadshow possible. It is very important that this PC not be cut up to see what's inside the jacket. If you are that curious, you can purchase one yourself and destroy it. We reserve the right to omit certain people from the list due to a low post count, bad past dealings or not enough information given/incorrect information given.
Please note - The PS Audio Prelude has a removable ground pin. All you have to do is unscrew it. Just make sure that you do not misplace it and that it ships with the power cord when your time is done. Thanks.
The required information we will need is the following;
Your real name
Your moniker on the forum [username]
Your phone number [daytime and nighttime]
Emergency number [not one of the two previous numbers] and contact name
Your E-mail address
Shipping address [if different from actual address]
That said, the roadshow will begin in the continental US to begin with. Upon completion of that, our friends up north will begin their own roadshow until all names on the list have had their chance to audition the cable. That said, let's start with those folks in the US.
The List -
mbskeam - Mike - Done
TNRabbit - Gary - Done
Eddie - Eddie - currently auditioning
MRHP - Eric
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