Still, a $1000 POWER CORD?
"The Python CX benefits from a massive array of 280 conductors culled from Shunyata's CDA 101 copper. The conductors are wound into a dual counter rotating Helix geometry that has been proven to reduce the effects of radiated noise and internal, unwanted reflections. The Python CX's massive conductor compliment is capable of delivering over 30 amps of current to even the most current hungry amplifier or powered speaker. Terminations are Shunyata's own, optimized SR-ZP AC and IEC connectors. Finally, the Python CX undergoes Shunyata's exclusive Alpha Cryogenic conductor treatment processes before being finished and ready for application!"
Its hard for me to understand how a few feet of $1000 power cable can make a difference when there is basic building THHN-TFFN Wire that cost $50 for a 500 ft roll run in the wall? How is the expensive cable going to overcome the standard residential wiring?
I hope to hear these 'night and day" differences some day that others speak of. Yes, I've heard awesome sounding home systems with uber expensive cables. I've even heard car audio systems with uber expensive Kimber Kable, Seas Nextel drivers Focal beryllium tweets...the system was super detailed....but I have yet to participate in a double blind test of cables on a worthy ref system.
I think I now have an open mind but knowledgeable enough with a good enough ear to sort through the BS.