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Maybe there's a foo clue here?.....
The removal of RF has become a big marketing thing.
And northwest of Pegasus
Flew into the light of Deneb
Sailed across the Milky Way
Sonore microRendu/MCRU PS, AQ J-bug, Wirewold Ultraviolet, Chord Mscaler-Qutest/MCRU PS, Geitnote Apogee, NVA BMU, P90SA, A80sMk2, Phono 1, SSP Mk 2, TSCS, TIS mk2, Cube 1s, Atacama stands, Rega Planar 3, Denon DL-110, Grado SR 325e, headphones.
Chord Mojo (also HP amp), NVA P20, A20, Cubettes, SSC, LS3.
Out and about
Oppo PM3, Audioquest Dragonfly Red.
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We have developed a unique range of grounding products which offer an excellent way of removing sound-degrading RF (radio frequency) energy from your system. They work by offering an easy path to ground for RF noise that is both on the mains earth and in the form of 'casework RF energy'.
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People who sell these things are a DISGRACE to our industry and hobby. You can tell the bullshitters, they never talk about music, it is all hi-fi speak. There is no reality in this apart from the slurp made by everyone INCLUDING THE RETAILERS in the selling chain. Don't believe any of them do not trust any of them, they just want your money, nothing else.
All I can tell you is because we float (some will know what I mean) as we are ClassII construction with acrylic case, we cannot even have the minute possibility of there being any benefit.
Though Marco might produce so much stink and shit the others would commit suicide
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In this case, the box which comes with but one 'wire' appears to add noise to the test setup. So it's certainly doing 'something.'