Hydra-what cords do you use to your components?

I'm curious what kind of power cords Hydra owners use from their Hydra's to their components? (not the hydra to the wall)

Does everyone tend to stick with Shunyata or go with other brands? And if so...what works for you?

All systems are different and for that matter the system
owners as well. So, I think its best to try these cables
and decide for yourself how your ear feels about it. While
I haven't heard a couple of these products, most are well respected manufacturers, and have product worth a listen. Remember that one persons experience is relative to his own system and his own slant.

Musicality is the real goal and often compromises
need be employed to reach the goal of actually being
able to listen a wider range of your recordings. For
me, I try to strike a balance between sweetness and
clarity. I find that I need to have good weight
in the bottom end to offset the system from being too
forward in the Hi's.

Audio Prism, Acoustic Zen, BMI, Custom Power Cord, Electro
Glide, Harmonic Technology, Shunyata Research, and Stealth are all products I have had good results with, it just depends on how your system is set up as to which will make you happiest. And often times its a combination of different ones that can strike the best balance. And, each
product has it's own strenghts that can be equally enjoyed.
And, no product is perfect for everyone's system. The best
reason to appreciate variety in life and not fall prey to
one companies or one person's personal preferences.

Tigger0063: I have them on the Tenor's and have had them on the Audio Aero amp. It was bright at first, until they broke in then they smoothed out like butta!
JPS Power>Moth s45 SET amp.

BMI Whale Elite>AA DDS.PRO transport.

BMI Whale Elite>M.P.S. out-board power supply (feeds DDEv3.0/DTIPRO.32).

Stock Sidewinder>Hydra.

I did beta-test the new NEMA Python on the Hydra; excellant improvement - recommended.

I have one...it's the twist lock connector the Hydra uses for the AC input (the NEMA part) The Python part is just a Python powercord...