LessLoss writes: “We’re glad to announce the new price friendly C-MARC™ Prime power cable! This is now undoubtedly the best price/performance ratio product on the audio market today! C-MARC™ Prime features all the high performance features of our C-MARC™ Classic power cable, including…”
- LessLoss breakthrough C-MARC™ Common-Mode Auto-Rejecting dual fractal meticulous braids.
- Made up of hair-thin 0.125mm diameter solid core Litz strands, individually enamel coated with thinnest technically possible coating on the order of microns.
- Electrical contacts made only at the ends, to eliminate micro-arcing and diode effects throughout the cable’s length.
- 100% cotton core for micro-vibration absorption.
- Thin, transparent, protective outer sheath of flexible polyolefin, further scratch-proofed by a strong, lightweight multi-filament outermost braid.
- Hand braided to form highly flexible, perfectly practical cables of high performance.
- Conductive cross section: 3 x 2.304mm^2 copper
The high performance plugs have great features as well:
- Crystal clear, polycarbonate housing for zero coloration and a liquid smooth tonality across the entire spectrum. No ‘sandy’ sounds here!
- Highly pure, 100% gold plated copper contacts.
- Cryogenically treated to release manufacturing-born structural tensions.
- Spring electrical contacts grip the strongest in the industry. Over-engineered contact springs.
What are the differences between C-MARC™ Prime and C-MARC™ Classic?
C-MARC™ Prime has a somewhat smaller appearance than the C-MARC™ Classic. In the image below, it is on the far left.
The total cross section is the only difference between this power cable and the C-MARC™ Classic. Whereas C-MARC™ Classic has two complete dual fractal braids per line, the C-MARC™ Prime has one per line.
C-MARC™ Prime is priced very attractively and is not available in Entropic Process form.
Branding labels from now on
To avoid any confusion, from now on, all C-MARC™ power cables come with labels clearly denoting the model type attached to the plugs. These are applied to the inner walls of the transparent plugs, so they will never rub off, even with rough use, for example in the context of a live traveling stage band setting.