I too was intrigued by the design and construction of the Verastarr Reference Power Cord (and as I later learned their unique sound). Their novel use of separate shielding of the positive, negative, and ground wires, 99.99% Silver plated High Conductivity 99.999% Copper conductors and Furutech connectors made me curious. So I gave them a try.
First of all I am not employed by Verastarr. I am just an avid Audiophile looking for good sounding and reasonably priced equipment.
My bias is toward vocals, jazz, and classical music. I tend to favor midrange presence, palatability, and vividness of the performance. I also listen for dynamics and micro-dynamics. These last two seem to affect the musicality of the performance. This is not to say that the frequency extremes are unimportant. They just do not have as high a priority in my book.
I found the Verastarr Reference Power Cord very open. The soundstage is wide and the depth of the musical performance just a step back from the location of the speakers. Again the vocal presence was very good. Dynamics/micro-dynamics made the performance very musical. It was neither sibilant. grainy, or harsh. It blended well within my setup.
The topend was good. But it wasn’t as extended, airy, or hard sounding as some of the other cords. The bass contained depth, slam, and control but it was not the most prolific that I have listened to. (That award goes to the PS Xtreme. But then this cord did not end up being very musical, in my setup.)
These comments are all subjective based on my equipment. Your preferences and equipment along with the synergy, blend, setup, and configuration will ultimately impact the overall sound and enjoyment of the music.
In all, I highly recommend this cable for those looking for a large sound stage and vivid midrange presence. It contains good engineering which I found to provide good dynamics and musicality. I am very surprised and satisfied with the performance of this cable.
Other Power Cables that I have used and listened to in the past:
MIT II, Kimber, PS Lab cables, PS Xtreme Statement, Gain PC, Transparent Reference, and Virtual Dynamics Nite.