Following a five-year research programme into the effects of mains electricity supply on hifi equipment, MCRU says they are proud to introduce Pinnacle, which represents their “very best mains power cord”.

Pinnacle employs cryo-treated (DCT) cable and incorporates “Quantum technology to improve the efficiency of current flow and signal transmission”.MCRUPINNACLEMAINSLEAD

Each component – from the cable and its termination, to the filtration in the central enclosure, fuse, earthing, mains plug and IEC connector – has been optimised for the finest possible sound says the Yorkshire based company’s recent press release.

Pinnacle is available in two versions – standard and high current, the latter with thicker-gauge cable. All terminations are from Furutech of Japan. Standard length is 2 metres, and extra cable can be specified on order placement.

UK, EU, AUS, USA mains plugs are available as well as standard or high current IEC connectors. It can be used to power mains conditioners, mains regenerators, balanced mains units, mains extension blocks and individual components.

The MCRU Pinnacle standard version is £1,265 (2m, terminated), and the high current version is £1,665 (2m, terminated). On sale now.

Following a five-year research programme into the effects of mains electricity supply on hifi equipment, MCRU says they are proud to introduce Pinnacle which represents their “very best mains power cord”.

 

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