The KLEI™QFLOW7 AC power cable highlights and displays a real, organic, natural, riveting, and engaging performance and presentation
The following quote is from the many reports that we have received…
I took it to my friend and connected it to his system, he was very impressed. I connected it to the CD player and it sounded like the upgrade was not just the insertion of one QFLOW7 AC/PC (power cable).
Detail, soundstage, transparency, focus, dynamic, flow, instrument separation all together gave us more in depth of/and engagement to the music, closer to natural sound, much more pleasing to ears. This is what I can tell but I don’t know how to describe each quality. With orchestral music the improvement was much more obvious.
From the first play it’s been improving over time and now it’s time to enjoy a new KLEI product… PL 🙂 🙂 🙂
I connected the QFLOW7 AC/PC between my power conditioner and my preamp, replacing a well-regarded (but considerably cheaper) power cable from another company. The overall effect of the QFLOW7 AC/PC was to make my system feel more realistically life-like and less like a hifi facsimile of music.
I have bought (I think) three gPOWER2 and two gPOWER3 power cables in the past and none of them (individually or cumulatively) brought remotely the same level of improvement as the single QFLOW7 AC/PC. As good as these other KLEI power cables are (and they are all still employed in either my hifi system or my home theatre system), there is simply no comparison between the level of improvement which they brought and the magnitude of the QFLOW7 AC/PCs impact. As I skipped between a whole range of familiar songs, the music seemed to be both more textured and yet somehow also cleaner, if that makes sense. One very obvious change was that my system now seemed to play lower (in the 30hz range) with more authority. This was not just more bass, but better bass, with plenty of detail.
With well-recorded tracks, my system now sounds really wonderful and even poor recorded tracks sound at least OK. Voices have real power and presence, bringing me closer to that palpable in-the-room experience. Big drum hits really hit hard. Soundstaging seems even deeper than before. Little details which had previously been blurred or buried also sometimes pop out of the mix and take me by surprise (in a good way!)… PaulH 🙂 🙂 🙂