Can anyone help me understand why, considering the essential function of a regenerator, why my P20 is so responsive to different power cables?
I can’t offer any fancy explanations. It doesn’t surprise me though, as that was the case with my PPP, the P5 I owned, and the P10 I have now. All I can say is. . .power cables DO influence sound of components, even regenerators.
That pc’s make a useful difference, I have no doubt. But the power regenerator, regenerating what went in, just doesn’t find a logical home in my head.
ps—know why our heads are round?
Well, my brain sort of gets it. The cleaner your incoming power is the better the regenerator works, it has less hard work to do compared to really odd and dirty power coming in. Power cords do influence the nature of the power coming in through them I believe, hence I can conceive of them influencing the way the regenerator accepts the incoming power and works with it.
As for our head shape . . . I honestly think that the vaginal canal has something to do with it. . . but I don’t think that’s the answer you are seeking. . . .Abstractly a round shape helps thoughts become “wrapped around.”
perfect! …so our thoughts can change direction
It’s a blessing as otherwise I think my brain may look like. . . .
I’m sitting here listening (while I should be working) and the bass slam (I always wanted to say that) with the new power cable into the P20 is remarkable. Much weightier, defined, enjoyable.