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In Reply to: RE: Ok guys, here is my magnet thingy prototype... posted by ABliss on August 11, 2021 at 08:20:23
I like the idea of using the radiator hose. I use to have a few laying around when I owned American cars but that was 30 years ago.
After plugging in, I let the system run at low volume for a day or two before I did any serious listening.
I'm working on the RCA version now, between all my other projects.
Thanks for posting. :)
Well, it's been in the system for five days, and I have noticed a improvement in the bass. It's a bit deeper and more defined, and a sense of ease to the music flow.
My plan is to give it time to let me adjust to it being in the system, then removing it to see what difference there is.
I think I will stick to just one per system however, because as the late Duster noted about a similar product, creating too many magnetic fields may be undesirable.
I would respectfully disagree with Duster's statement. To my knowledge he did not experiment with magnets in this way, so I would take that as anecdotal evidence. The main thing is to use your ears, see what they tell you. In my case I had magnets (thru not on) connected to power cords, speaker wire, IC's, and wall sockets--it was too much of a good thing. I still have a number of magnet/connections in my system, the good thing is that you can easily remove. Good luck!
Spot on. Even one genuine High Fidelity device will barely move the needle. As my friend has noted, you have get 4 or 5 in action to hear a substantial effect. Plus this also assumes the "clones" can match the actual HF plug-ins in performance.
What exactly is in the HF plug-ins, is it just the magnets?
Yes, as far as I can determine.
Sorry, again I disagree. I bought two of the MC-0.5's thinking I would send them back. With just two in the system-huge difference to my ears, I did not send them back. YMMV!
No need to be sorry. Different systems, different ears, different results....his sweet spot remains at 4 devices. With all that said and to further confuse, another friend sold all his HF devices a few years back, (and he had over ten) because he felt the Add-Powr plug-ins were more effective. So when it comes to tweaks, there seem to be no hard, fast rules.
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