Improving hi-fi performance through electrical polarization
Recent research by one of our associates into the effects of paramagnetism and related vibrational influences on audio equipment has led to a revolutionary set of discoveries of major significance to anyone involved in the world of audio, from consumers to retail outlets to major manufacturers.
Arising out of one of our current popular products, the ElectroGuard, we have developed an industrial-strength version for use in any location in which the audio quality must be optimised. This includes audio retail outlets, which are responsible for the sale of high cost audio components to the consuming public, amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars in typical outlets. Any device which improves the sound of these expensive audio components should be worth its weight in gold, as sales depend on the consumer’s perception of the sound quality of different units.
We have found that most retail outlets are not benefiting from the optimal performance of the audio equipment they sell, due to interference in electrical feeds, vibrational ‘confusion’ in the stores, and equipment which is vibrationally unbalanced.
Installation of the Polariser noticeably improves the sound of audio components by polarising the electrical current and fields supplying the equipment. The effect is to modulate the current and fields related to electrical power, moving forward and backward along the wiring, affecting all circuits connected to the same fusebox. Its effect is to reduce the biological and energetic stress normally induced into the human and electronic systems by AC electrical power. It does this by polarising the negative fields normally associated with mains electricity, so that what was an added burden of stress on both the human system and audio systems becomes a positive influence. The polarising occurs because this material emits constant positive measurable bio-compatible infra-red and light energies, and converts negative energies to more beneficial energy.
This results in the following improvements:
· The sound develops more fullness through the entire sound range (having installed it, if you take the Polariser away the sound becomes vague, washed-out, loses body, is thinner.)
· The polariser affects the mid-range, giving it more fullness and coherence, i.e., every instrument is in its place, and is more focused, with less overlap of sound. On the sound stage you can pinpoint where sounds are coming from.
An incidental but important added improvement to the purchasers of this unit will be a reduction of electro-stress throughout the building. Users have reported a reduction in power surges, increased efficiency in the performance of appliances, reduced hyperactivity in children, marked reduction in electrical sensitivity, less fatigue and greater well-being.
Therefore the Polariser will also tend to improve the productivity of the workers in the building and the mood of the customers while they are in the building. This should logically also lead to improved sales for the business.
We understand that this concept is new and we are willing to allow a free trial for a week to audio retail outlets. We suggest that all those working in the outlet be advised to be aware of the presence of a device designed to improve audio, and also to be aware of when it is removed – this will happen after about a week, and will provide an opportunity to note the difference. Then a decision can be made on whether to purchase the device, and we believe the differences will be clear to anyone trialling it and they will want to purchase.
Installation is simple and can be done by anyone. The unit consists of three capsules which are placed around a cable in the building which is always carrying current.
At the time of trial, we will take a credit card number for charging for the device if the business wishes to purchase the Polariser.
The price of the unit is $258.50.
For further information, call Tim Strachan on 02 9388 9994. For those who want to add a further improvement to the sound of their hi-fi, the PowerHouse unit also seems to improve sound quality.