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Just twist the ends together and hook to negative binding post of speakers. Using the parts express air core inductors. Will post listening impressions if anyone cares.
better in my experience, than the simple loop of litz wire. I like the battery tweak better because I have more control over the resultant sound ( varying capacitor values as well as voltages).
Of course, YMMV.
In my case, it's 9V battery, with 10,000 uF caps, hanging out of all unused negative RCA terminals.
Unused positive terminals, both RCA and XLR, are plugged with Cardas SS plugs - another essential, in my opinion, tweak (of course, can be cheaper than Cardas).
sure, post them up. Do you have any of the other ground control devices to compare them?
Just some zip cord and cat5. It seems to do something, not sure if always positive. Could these affect impedance?
I would recommend you try the original Bud P. recipe. It uses over 100 strands of litz copper wire in a specific dimension loop. Then go from there. You can also try Unclstu's battery ground tweak which will be easier if you don't have access to small gauge litz wire. The original BudP ground plane thread at DIYaudio.com You will get some theory answers there as well.The Unclestu recipe is here at the asylum. Do a search.
Then you will have a base to compare with your ideas.
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