Introducing the Tyr 2 Power Cord

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Nordost has always maintained that the single most important cable in a hifi system is the one coming out of the wall. The power cord is responsible for the AC current that is running your whole system. In other words, without your power cord, you are without sound. Likewise, with a poor quality power cord, you have equally poor quality sound.

Last week, at the High End Show 2014 in Munich, Nordost released the newest addition to our AC mains, the Tyr 2 Power Cord. Though still a part of the Norse 2 family, the Tyr 2 Power Cord benefits from the extensive research made in creating Valhalla 2, which also made its debut in Munich (in 2013). As with V2, the Tyr 2 Power Cord uses a combination of Nordost’s proprietary Dual Mono-Filament technology with a precise method of FEP extrusion over the conductors. This guarantees the most efficient transfer of power in the industry, putting this cable a step above its Norse 2 brothers and bounds ahead of the competition.

The Tyr 2 Power Cord is constructed with 7 silver plated, solid-core 16 AWG OFC conductors, giving it complete material consistency with Norse 2 interconnects and speaker cables. Additionally, the Tyr 2 Power Cord implements mechanically tuned lengths, reducing internal microphony and high frequency impedance resonance.

The result is a high performance, low loss cable, capable of the dynamics, color and texture required to not only produce sound, but recreate true, lifelike performances.

 

Nordost Tyr 2 Power Cord

 

2 thoughts on “Introducing the Tyr 2 Power Cord

  1. What is the difference between the Heimdall power cord and this new Frey power cord? Are both mechanically tuned to its specific length? Thanks

    • The Heimdall 2, Frey 2, and Tyr 2 power cords are all mechanically tuned according to their individual characteristics. The new Tyr 2 power cord uses Dual Mono-Filament technology and a highly precise FEP extrusion method. It also employs 7 silver plated, solid-core 16 AWG OFC conductors, as opposed to the 5 in the Frey 2, and 3 in the Heimdall 2. Hope this helps!

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