We have teamed up with the clever guys from Shunyata Research to bring you an exciting competition for a chance to win a pair of 1.5M Delta NR power cords worth £770 each.
Alan Sircom reviewed the Delta NR in HiFi+ Awards issue 166. He said, “The NR suffix of the Shunyata Research Delta NR power cables stands for ‘Noise Reduction’ and it’s the most affordable mains cable in the company’s line to feature the brand’s patented CCI filter system. This is a multi-stage filter designed to limit the cross-contamination of mains from other products in the system or even the home.”
He went on to say, “…what Delta NR does so well is let a product sound like it ought to sound… this isn’t a power cord for those who want to shape the sound of their system, but for those who want to experience their system in true honesty.”
He concluded by saying, “Shunyata Research Delta power cords are possibly the most ‘now’ thing you can use in audio. Thanks to a lot of products with cheap and nasty switch mode power supplies pumping nasties into your local mains, good audio is fighting a losing battle for sound. Delta fights in your corner.”
What does the NR suffix stand for?
A. Natural Resonance
B. Never Rigid
C. Noise Reduction
To answer, please visit Shunyata Research’s dedicated competition page at https://shunyata-uk.com/hifiplus_comp/
Alternatively, send your answer on a postcard (including your name, address, and contact details) to Delta NR Competition, PO Box 574, Dorking, RH4 9GW
The competition will run from January 3rd, 2019 until February 28th, 2019. The competition is open to everyone, but multiple, automated or bulk entries will be disqualified. The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries, will be contacted via email (where possible) and their name will be published in the magazine. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Absolute Multimedia (UK) Ltd. is compliant with the Data Protection Act and UK laws apply. Our policy is such that we will not pass on your details to any third party without your prior consent.