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Good news that the V14 Digital is that good and affordable. I am interested to buy one for my projector (Panasonic PT-AE8000). Since this is a 14AWG cable, I am curious to know how it compares to a Venom NR-V12 or 10 for this application as they have heavier gauge wire. I used to believe that heavier gauges fare better on displays? Am I correct? In my case, I will salvage a SR-Z1 outlet and a Venom defender for this application. I have a dedicated 15A line for my projector.
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Good news that the V14 Digital is that good and affordable. I am interested to buy one for my projector (Panasonic PT-AE8000). Since this is a 14AWG cable, I am curious to know how it compares to a Venom NR-V12 or 10 for this application as they have heavier gauge wire. I used to believe that heavier gauges fare better on displays? Am I correct? In my case, I will salvage a SR-Z1 outlet and a Venom defender for this application. I have a dedicated 15A line for my projector.
I'll leave it to Grant and Caelin to comment definitively, but my expectation is the Venom 14 Digital would be fine for powering your projector. The V-12 and V-10 are better performers when you need dynamic transient current delivery (e.g. for an amplifier driving speakers during dynamic musical passages), but as the projector does not function in this manner as it is powered continuously, I would predict it would work really well for your video projector. I use on my Samsung HDTV and it works really well, providing a more vivid, sharper picture than the stock generic power cord.
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That advice is probably sound. Thought I’d cross link to the plasma TV / projector thread: http://www.audioaficionado.org/showt...t=27805&page=3. Caelin recommended the Venom NR V12 if budget permits (see post #24). I’d imagine this is less important on LED/LCD displays, but for higher current draw displays like plasma TVs and projectors the Venom NR V12 may get the nod.

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That advice is probably sound. Thought I’d cross link to the plasma TV / projector thread: http://www.audioaficionado.org/showt...t=27805&page=3. Caelin recommended the Venom NR V12 if budget permits (see post #24). I’d imagine this is less important on LED/LCD displays, but for higher current draw displays like plasma TVs and projectors the Venom NR V12 may get the nod.
Thanks for posting. That answers my question.
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