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Offline Chowbotak

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Re: Cable lifters
« Reply #90 on: June 11, 2018, 00:16 »
If cscbb coming pl let me know. I come also  :D
I buy hifi to suit my music, not buy music to suit my hifi.


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Re: Cable lifters
« Reply #91 on: June 11, 2018, 09:05 »
If cscbb coming pl let me know. I come also  :D

A professor , who were born into a rich and educated family,  won't hang out with children of coolies, farmers, and low class citizen.

Which children of coolie or farmers can afford almost 10k speakers(sic) or sleek sport car that need no COE ?

To make it worse,  he is very afraid of us who gang rack him.

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Re: Cable lifters
« Reply #92 on: September 17, 2019, 07:25 »
I agreee!

For the cable lifters, I was a bit skeptical initially as I thought they would only work on longer runs of cable and the effect would be small.  However putting them under my short 2m pair of speaker cables resulted in a noticeably wider soundstage and a lower noise floor.  They were also effective under my power cords.

I'm trying out a few sets of the GS aluminum footers at the moment to see where they can best be used.  So far, the greatest improvement is under my power supplies and streamer.  Like the cable lifters, they help to lower the noise floor.

These lifters and footers are certainly well worth the money for the improvements they bring to my system.


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