Cabledyne Reviews Page 6 of 6
Hubbell HBL5362 Cryo/Cooked Receptacle
I discovered the Hubbell, Cabledyne outlet vs. Porter Ports on the AudiogoN forum. A good read. Post is here. GH, Orlando FL.
I just want to say how happy I am with your Hubbell HBL5362 Receptacle. I'm glad I didn't buy the PS Audio or a Pangea. It does all that you promised PLUS it has cleaned up my FM reception 100%. I listen to WQXR NY a notoriously under powered classical music station ( aren't they all) that's right next to a 50K watt Spanish pop station, (aren't they all) and I've had to walk around with my indoor antenna like a divining rod to get a clean signal most days - BUT NO MORE thanks to your Hubbell outlet. HG, New York NY
The Cabledyne HBL5362 makes my God awful house outlet sound like a horror story. A total no-brainer for anyone with a decent audio and or video system. Just about as good as those over-priced Audiophoole outlets, IMO. CS, Millbrae CA
Any serious Audiophile should consider the HBL5362 over the pitiful room wall outlet. It makes a world of difference in a solid connection and improved sound. Cabledyne is the best deal out there! RL, Los Angeles CA
Never expected any sonic benefit from a power outlet but for the price I thought it was worth a try. Well, the Hubbell outlet actually does make a bit of improvement in the bass. More importantly it holds my power cords solidly. As stated in your Blog, the pathetic stock outlet is a joke with the brittle plastic that chips and cracks. The Hubbell is like a rock and the real deal. JM, Camden NJ
I shopped around for the HBL5362 outlet and saw the Cabledyne version with cryogenic treatment. I was very leery this outlet would have improved my system sonics but it actually did make a difference. I now hear blacker blacks and a solid midbass-bass. My power cords are very secure with the tight fitting contacts. I was also amazed at the cheesiness of the house outlet, it is a wonder that these don't present a fire hazard. WH, Atlanta GA.