I dont see it quite like that, I think the lesser quality the box the more likey improvement can be made to it, maybe not who knows - the chaps who are negative on the subject none of them have tried them because there is no point to them. I understand this to a point, but only to a point.QuestForThe13thNote said:my View is that the kit of andrewjvt is probably not good enough to hear differences of the isotek blocks Ellis, so another one probably in the camp of not thinking that these devices work simply because his kit probably can’t reveal their benefits. He wouldn’t be the first.
In the isotek demo it would be very easy to choose speakers and amps that make little if no differences, and you’d get a load of people just like andrewjvt.
I feel unless my system is perfect and that it couldnt be improved in any way things are worth looking into and trying because unlike sticking fingers in a plug socket or jumping off a bridge it wont kill or even hurt you. Also life is a long time - more than enough time in it to go and listen and try all sorts, surely thats the fun part of this hobby as well.
The kit at Bristol was £1k integrated and I think same for cd player - so decent you would assume. A simple system just 2 components.