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Post by vintage_ear Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:24 am

Naim powerline UK plug 2m
for only Rm2550
comes with Metalic Box & Manual

Very Good Upgrades to any Naim system


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Post by vintage_ear Wed Sep 07, 2022 8:49 am

https://6moons.com/audioreviews/naim2/powerline.html

appear in Moon!

"My skepticism almost precluded me from purchasing as I did not think for one moment it would make any difference. I was wrong! In short, much more clarity and detail, particularly on my ndac. If you have Naim equipment and your budget allows, buy one! One word of warning though, they are very addictive!!"

"I was a little sceptical that spending this amount on a mains cable would deliver much in the way of sound quality improvement but one listen was all it took for me to decide to buy it. Like adding a new component."

"This is one awesome cable. It's expensive, but isn't that often the way with something really worthwhile (not only with hifi, of course)?
The only real downside to prospective ownership is deciding which components in your system you can still listen to without a Powerline!
I do not have a Naim system but the effects of adding the Powerline to my Sony SACD player were immediately obvious and dramatic: like a major equipment upgrade costing way over and above the price of the lead. The player is able to breathe and give of its best. The sense of reality is tangible.

I have a second Powerline connected to my phono preamp and again, results are totally worthwhile. (A lesser but excellent lead powers the turntable power supply and the power amps - my preamp is a passive design, mercifully.)

I am going to need a third Powerline, though, for my other silver disc spinner, a Pioneer 'universal' player - is it worth it, you may ask: emphatically, YES."

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