Auralic mini to linear ps cable

afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
If anyone is familiar with this type of cable, what is it called and what would constitute an upgrade?

I think that this is the type, or at least this is what it mostly looks like, mostly.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OYZYYVS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A1KF3ITPY3ZC5Y&psc=1

Thanks

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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    None of you eggspurts familiar with this type of cable?
  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    Is this a trick question?
  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    Oh I looked real close like and it has 3 prong holes.
  • WardswebWardsweb Posts: 815
    edited August 2017
    Did you get this figured out? The Amazon link is just an RG-59 coax cable with BNC connectors. This will not work for the Auralic linear power supply. That cable is a multi pin at the power supply end and something like a 2.1mm ac adaptor at the Mini end.
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    Wardsweb wrote: »
    Did you get this figured out? The Amazon link is just an RG-59 coax cable with BNC connectors. This will not work for the Auralic linear power supply. That cable is a multi pin at the power supply end and something like a 2.1mm ac adaptor at the Mini end.

    Nope, I gave up. Nothing on the web.
  • WardswebWardsweb Posts: 815
    Look at upgrading you USB that feeds the music files. More room for improvement there. I use an Audio quest Carbon.
    Living room:Maplenoll turntable, Clearaudio Champion II turntable, Sonic Euphoria pre, EAR 834P phono pre, Shanling CD-T1500 sacd, Auralic Altair DAC/server, PS Audio Quintessence power, ASL AQ1006 845 DT MKII mono block amplifers, DIY Altec/JBL speakers
    Sun room: Roksan Radius 5 turntable, Lounge phono pre, DIY Class A 6H30 linestage, DIY 2A3 amp, Krell CDP, JBL C50 Olympus speakers with custom Smith horns, Klipsch Cornwall III
    Den: Onkyo TX-NR929 receiver, Oppo BDP-103 player, Panamax M5400-PM power, SST Ampzilla 2000 mono blocks, Behringer EP 4000 sub amp, Electrovoice DX-38 active, Klipsch Jubilee speakers, Martin Logan Cinema center, JBL SAT2 surrounds, Danley DTS-10 sub
  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    I am using an internal drive
  • voltzvoltz Posts: 5,254
    afterburnt wrote: »
    I am using an internal drive

    me too :)
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  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    Hey Darryl, get a load of this: http://forum.polkaudio.com/discussion/178464/noise-theory-internal-ssd-usb-hd-or-dnla#latest

    I want to get a really good USB cable and an SSD in an enclosure to test this.
  • voltzvoltz Posts: 5,254
    Let me know if you do! I curious but super happy as i stand or sit :)
    2 ch- Polk CRS+ * Vincent SA-31MK Preamp * Vincent Sp-331 Amp * Marantz SA8005 SACD * Project Xperience Classic TT * Sumiko Blue Point #2 MC cartridge

    HT - Polk 703's * NAD T-758 * Adcom 5503 * Oppo 103 * Samsung 60" series 8 LCD
  • afterburntafterburnt Posts: 5,634
    I think I can get a big spinner pretty cheap. I will let you know. dat gam SSD's are spensive!
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