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Power Cables

So, the million-dollar question - what elements make a high-performance power cable?

Well, despite what some companies may tell you in their marketing, a power cord only conducts electricity.  And when it comes to conducting electricity, there are two simple and steadfast rules:


1. Larger Gauge = Lower Resistance and Voltage Drop

(more/better current flow – the garden hose vs. fire hose analogy)


2. More Insulation/Shielding = Less Interference

(a cleaner signal)

I take these two rules to heart when designing and building my cables, and basically ignore the other "fluff".  I am often asked about my choice of materials and construction techniques, and/or why I don't use “exotic” stuff.  To that I say, my cables are designed and built to provide performance and value, not marketing gimmicks.

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Handcrafted with only high-quality materials

I make high-performance cables, so "good enough" doesn't cut it for me

Price-to-performance ratio  turned on its head


I evaluate my cables against others costing up to 10 times as much

No marketing B.S., and no wild performance claims

When I read phrases like "for the true audiophile", it drives me a little nuts

Reference-level performance at a reasonable price

That's likely the boldest statement I'll make, but I don't think it's a wild one

Speaker Cables

Alright, so the power cables are selling a pretty decent clip, and after hearing my cables in their respective systems, multiple clients start asking me questions about  speaker cables.

"What do I look for in a good set/what makes them good?"

"What have you used/made for yourself?"

"Can you make me some?"


I have quite a few thoughts about that first question, and I'm not shy about "tweaking" my stuff (after lengthy R&D, of course), so the second question has an equally long-winded answer.  I'll spare you the details and just answer the third one - "Yes, I'd be happy to!"

All of my speaker cables are made with stranded 4N Oxygen-Free Copper wires wrapped with a Teflon dielectric.

Each leg (polarity) is 6 AWG, and they are separately constructed with 10 insulated stranded 16 AWG wires, then twisted together in the final assembly, so the polarities are completely isolated.

The twist makes the bodies incredibly flexible, so despite their large AWG, they are very easy to maneuver.

I use 97% - 98% Copper Content plugs (industry average is 65%), and I have a variety of  termination options to choose from.

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A little bit about what drives me to make cables

(it's not big profits)

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The materials I use, and why I use them

(it's not to cut costs)

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My construction techniques, and more thoughts about materials

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A few testimonials to help you decide if my cables are for you

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Accessories & Specialty

A page showcasing the audio-grade wall outlets, power plugs, and speaker plugs I work with, which I am proud to now offer for sale on their own.

Most of these items share some common features, including 4N Copper construction, and very high Copper content percentages (specified with each plug listing).

A quick caveat though - they are all subject to availability.  It's just not feasible for me to keep a lot of extra supplies around, but please get in touch and I'll do my best to accommodate your needs.

You can also check out the power distribution boxes I'm offering in limited runs, and some other goodies I have cooked up in "the lab" by special request (I'm always up for a challenge).

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Notes about pricing, policies, and the site:
This is not an e-commerce site - please use the contact form if you want to make a purchase and/or have any questions
You can also check out the ordering process here, and/or email me at nrg.custom.cables@gmail.com
All product prices are listed in Canadian Dollars (CAD)
I offer FREE SHIPPING in Canada (via Canada Post) on purchases over $200, or a $15 flat-rate under $200
Shipping to the U.S. (currently via FedEx) is mostly about weight, so it is a $30 USD flat-rate for under 5 lbs. (1 cable &/or accessories), or a $40 USD flat-rate over 5 lbs.
Shipping outside of North America is $50 USD on average, but I will give you the most accurate final price I can, including duty/import fees, and it would be delivered by your National postal service.
If you're not happy with the performance of your cable(s), I'll take them back and refund every penny - including shipping
*okay, one tiny bit - I'll pay the return shipping for Canadian clients, but International clients are responsible for their own
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