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Ecosse Big Red Max Mains Cable


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Ecosse Big Red Max Mains Cable sits between Big Red HC and Big Red UC.

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RRP: £239.00


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Tech Specs

- 7N purity Monocrystal Copper
- Conductors: 2.5mm x-section
- Aluminium Foil + Tinned-Copper
- Hospital-grade M&K Mains Toughplug
- Schurter Premier IEC: HC cable
- Furutech FI 20-R: Audiophile grade
- PVC outer jacket: 11.4mm o/d
- Resistance: 0.00872 ohms per 1m
- Inductance: 0.001434 mH per 1m
- Capacitance: 359.4-353.14pf

Product Description

Ecosse Big Red Max Mains Cable is designed for music lovers who want to hear every nuance of the music as the artist who performed it intended.


Ecosse's unique rope-lay Monocrystal conductor weave is combined with a double screen of aluminium foil and tinned copper which along with the acoustic damping cotton filler makes this one of the quietest power cables in existence. The advantages of using a rope-lay weave are the considerable reduction of RFI/EMI/ESI noise ingress, a major player in mains connection.

High Current

For the HC version, Ecosse use the world-renowned Schurter 320iec. Ecosse uses Audiophile grade Monocrystal-contact pins IEC. Certainly the very best IEC available today on mains cable around this price.

Outstanding Width

One of the achievements of a well-balanced and installed system is the sensation of the speakers 'disappearing' into the soundstage. With Ecosse Big Red Powerchords installed, width beyond the speakers and depth behind the wall is apparent in spades.

Detailed Bass

Seriously extended and detailed bass is also well apparent while the mid and treble ranges benefit by palpable more imagery, speed and clarity, and a greater sense of the recorded acoustic.

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