The Nanotec #309 "Mission Impossible" power cable has just been released in 2019. The Japanese have been masters of metallurgy since the days of the Samurai sword and the #309 is the most advanced power cable Nanotec has ever produced. Order bulk lengths and use your own connectors or get free assembly when you order connectors with the cable.
**Worldwide shipping is Free**
**45-Day Trial Period on Finished Cables**
At Jaguar, we use Nanotec power cables throughout our reference system, because when a $350 cable sounds as good as the $1,500 cables we used to use, we'll gladly put the rest of that money back in our pocket. Here's a partial list of the gear we've run in the Jaguar Listening Space with Nanotec #306, #308 and #309 power cables:
Lamm LP2.1 Phono Preamp, Mytek Manhattan II DAC, Aqua La Voce DAC, PS Audio P10 Power Regenerator, Vibex Power Conditioner, Doshi Audio Linestage Preamplifier, Lamm LL2.1 Linestage Preamplifier, Pass Labs XA-30.8 Power Amplifier, Bully Sound S5 Power Amplifier.
How can the #309 sound so amazing at this price? The PC Triple C Copper in the #309 is the latest version of Japanese Continuous Crystal Copper, referred to as Lined Array Copper. Audiophiles have long known about Ohno PCOCC copper...PC Triple C Copper is the next generation copper, produced no where else in the world but Japan's Furukawa plant...it yields an even smoother, more focused and detailed sound.
The Nanotec secret is their ability to apply their nano technology at a Japanese manufacturing facility that produces millions of meters of cable each year for a number of high-tech applications. Tremendous economies of scale allow costs much lower than a company of this size could normally achieve and with world-class quality.
- 72 strands of PC Triple PC Copper in each of the three conductors,
- Heavy duty, 11 gauge, excellent choice for very high-current applications,
- PC Triple C Copper is coated in a specially formulated mixture of nano-sized Gold and Silver particles,
- The cable jacket and conductor sheathing is made from a highly advanced vibration-absorbing elastomer material,
- Cotton strands around the conductors, to act as a natural damping material.
"Nanotec Systems soaks these conductors in a colloidal liquid of 1.5 x the density of their first liquid as used on earlier cables. For the Power Strada #306 the ratio is 95% gold to 5% silver. These particles are truly nano in size to vary from 3.5 to 8millionths of a millimeter."
"Nanotec has apparently done it again. They've moved up another rung on the quality ladder whilst sticking with their proven ideology of providing affordable quality through sheer ingenuity."
Comparing to the high-priced Crystal Cable - "In the Crystal Cable the shininess of silver put the music in a spotlight. The Nanotec more bathed the music in a floodlight."
Break In: The #309 requires a minimum 100-150 hrs of break-in play, before then it'll sound flat with restrained dynamics. Just keep racking up the hours until the nuance and detail starts to sound free and effortless.
Trial Period: We guarantee the #309 will blow you away with its performance! You have 45 days to break in and confirm you agree; if you return, there is no restocking fee, you just cover the costs for shipping and insurance.
- Rhodium connectors have a leaner mid-range than Gold, which highlights the higher frequencies and sounds faster and more neutral,
- Gold has more mid-range presence, sounds fuller, warmer and is the best choice for highly dynamic gear that has a bit of a treble edge that needs to be tamed,
- We recommend a selection of cables with rhodium and gold connectors, so you can see which type sounds best on each particular component,
- Our clients who spring for NCF connectors usually use them on their mains cable (and sometimes the power amplifier). You might upgrade to the FI-28 if it doesn't blow your budget and it's for a true high-end component. However, the FI-11 sounds amazing and delivers excellent performance for the money.
- Cut the outer cable jacket back about 1.25” around each end of the cable, to expose the conductors (if you use a carpet knife or sharp tool, always cut away from your hand),
- Disassemble the connectors (remove the caps and loosen the terminal clamps and the cap clamp), spray the terminals with contact cleaner and let them dry.
- Locate the Arrows on the jacket that point to the IEC end. Strip 1/4” of insulation from each of the three exposed conductors (do not wipe or clean the wire after stripping, which will remove the nano particles),
- Green = Ground
- White = Neutral
- Black = Hot
- Connector clamp holes will have a small letter next to each, indicating which wire is to be inserted.