More disturbing than funny.
I had MIT IC's once and always wondered what was in the secret box thing...
Yoghurt by the look of it! Do you think it improves the SQ?
Origin Live Aurora Gold+Illustrious Mk2 arm+Zyx R100-02/Stello CDT200+Stello DA220 dac/Tom Evans Groove Anniversary phono amp/Tom Evans Vibe preamp/Linear A power amp/Acoustic Zen Adagios/Chord cables/Oppo 105EU.
Do you think it improves the SQ?
The sound quality must be orgasmic.
PC > AVI Neutron Five 2.1
Sony NWZ-A847 64GB Walkman > Westone UM3x
I was going to reply with 'come again?' but then I realised that would just be purile.
I read that as organic, which would have been rather more apt and less disturbing when responding to a suggestion it was yoghurt.
I wonder what aspect( of that device has a patent? (As the casing proudly proclaims.)
HiFi / A/V / Bedroom
"Life is like a box of chocolats..."
Rega RP3 / Goldring 1012gx > Rega Fono MM V2
Synology DS213 > QED Performance USB > Rega DAC > QED Performance RCA
Pathos Classic One > Inakustik LS 1102 cable > Dynaudio Excite X12 and some times BK XLS200 MK II
SBT > G&BL teflon line RCA > NAD 3020i > Supra Classic 2x4mm > Monitor Audio RS1
Those were the Dyns of that time...
......which just happen to be mostly of cables!
Here you go Cno. This one's just for you...
It's good, but I've seen it.......and plugging your cable in like that, has to work better.
you can't see from that angle but that is actually powered by a butt plug.
Would that be the 'Bottgate 320 IEC' ?
Here it is the "Bottgate 320 IEC Magnum" !
I'm not sure how much power these guys think a hifi needs. But I've seen grounding cables attatched to lightening conductors that are a smaller guage than that!
I believe it comes with a free bolt-gun to allow you to nail your kit to your rack before attaching one of these power cables to rear.
plug and play device.
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