Fantasy III AC-10 ACM

Harmonic Technology is proud to introduce the next generation of the world-renowned Magic Reference Power Cord—the new Magic Reference II Special Edition Power Cord.

This power cord has received the Absolute Sound Golden Ear Award every year since 2010. This product leverages a patent of the “PureAC module” that contains integrated circuits for a full-band noise filter to purify the AC power source in high-end audio and video components.

 

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The Magic Reference II Special Edition Power Cord is uniquely designed to filter both high and lower frequency noise as well as middle frequency range distortions with absolutely no interference from the most desired levels of power.

The “PureAC module” also filters the most undesirable DC component interference that can be present in an AC source.

Harmonic Technology has added a final touch to the Magic Reference II Special Edition Power Cord with its ability to distinguish and filter all low amplitude noise, making this the most uncolored and articulate power cord available.

Product Specifications

Conductors: Total of 10 AWG
Material: Single Crystal OCC Copper power cord
Insulation: UL/CL3 and Ethylene Propylene (PE) insulation
Power Rating: Used for AC sources between 100 to 240 V
Connectors: IEC 15 or 20 AMP
Wall Plug: US/EU
Damage Threshold: Maximum of 2400 W of peak power or peak current of 20 A at 110V or 10 A at 220V
Constant Load: Maximum of 800 W

Note: This power cord is not designed for use with multiple components, or as the primary line from a wall plug to the power distributor when the total current is over the maximum constant load.

Audioplilia : Harmonic Technology Melody Link MK III Interconnect Cable

by Roy Harris, July 2014

I was recently contacted by Miranda Billing, a representative of Harmonic Technology. She was previously associated with another company, Legenburg, whose cables I had reviewed, years ago. She asked me if I was interested in reviewing the latest version of the Melody Link interconnect, the Mark III version. After briefly perusing the company’s website, reading a description of the Melody Link MK III, I noticed that at the time, that there was no review of the cable linked to the website.

The Melody Link MK III, contains both continuous cast silver and copper wire. The combination, according to the company’s design engineers, is to provide a balanced frequency response and avoid an emphasis upon bass frequencies, given the particular cable design, which I will discuss shortly.

I own and have reviewed a Neotech single crystal silver cable and have owned a continuous cast copper cable. My experience with such cables is that its sound properties include a balanced frequency response and high resolution.

Cable Design
The geometry is balanced symmetric. There are 8 PE tubes arranged in a circle, and an additional hollow PE tube passing through the center of the cable. Continuous cast silver conductors are placed in the middle of two PE tubes on one side of the cable, and two continuous cast copper conductors are placed in the middle of two PE tubes on the other side of the cable. Thus, the conductors are parallel to each other and do not touch each other at any time. One conductor is solid core, the second is multi-gauge, multi-stranded. The 4 conductors combine to a thickness of 19 gauge.

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