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    Dear my friend Tang,you are too strong
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    Quote Originally Posted by gian60 View Post
    Dear my friend Tang,you are too strong
    Its a pity we live too far

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    I would not be running business if I am your neighbor Gian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango View Post
    I will only buy what were demoing in my system. Those were one Grid Protector and a set of three Piccolos. If I had to choose one I would keep the larger one. We did not have much time to switch location on those devices, but the position they were in already satisfied me.

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    Thank you...very interesting. will try to find out who sells here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LL21 View Post
    Thank you...very interesting. will try to find out who sells here.
    People who are using Tripoint seem to opt for Schnerzinger devices more easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerD View Post
    I like reading about your journey Tang. Thanks for posting.
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    I guess the more we rid of RFI, EMI, the more we hear the true nature of our gears.
    Following your journey also educate me so much, sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango View Post
    Hello LL,

    The Grid Protector is about the size of iPad mini two inches thick and not light in weight. It has a power cord connected to it. Michael said it has to be kickstarted by connecting to the wall outlet at first. After that you can take the power cord out and it would still work for months. However he recommended best to keep connecting to the grid but seperate from your dedicated line. When We demoed, the Grid Protector was put on the floor at the right front corner of my room and right next to my horn.(...)
    This would suggest that this is an active device, generating some some well defined type of electromagnetic field, not just a passive device absorbing energy, as most "cleaning devices".

    We have seen several devices operating this way - what I would call "additive" devices. IMHO they do not clean by removing, but just by adding something that masks "nasties" or even simply adding their "benefic noise".

    As always in the high-end, the proof of the pudding is in the eating - thanks for reporting on these new devices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango View Post
    Sawasdee All,

    Michael of Zellaton came and we demoed the Grid Protector and the Piccolo. It was a fun session. I ordered both products. Straight to the point, the two products work hand in hand to :
    1) make strings sound so close to real. High notes on guitar now pierce my ears with sharp energy. On direct to disc record I could literally hear each string of the acoustic guitar vibrate. That small tiny tingling sound from strings just made me smile. The energy from a trumpet in Ella's Moonlight in Vermont just gave me goose bumps. So tangible. I thought my 107 db sensitive Cessaros were already exceptional at that, but this was more.
    2.) increase definition in sound. It is funny to say that I listen to music but I "see" what I am hearing better. I dont know if this make any sense to anyone. On some records its more there there. On some records its more here here.
    3.) let me hear piano from Glenn Gould like never before. I must have listened to this album a hundred times before. But today the rhythm, the dynamic, the swing when this guy play Bach Goldberg Variations just made me lost into enjoying his performance instead of trying to be picky evaluating the devices. So musical. Still dont know what he murmured while he played though .

    I cant explain how these devices work but these were my experiences putting them into my listening room for a few hours. The system was like getting injected with doses of stemcell. More alive. These things are as real as my Tripoints. Michael said what they do is cleaning up air from interferences and just let the system sing the way each component was designed to. Nothing more. If you feel that what i wrote sound like another hype, it is ok by me . I just wish you werein my room having fun enjoying music as much as me and a few of my friends yesterday.

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    Tang, thanks for posting your experiences with grid protector and piccolo. I've had the giga protectors and grid protector in my listening room for evaluation several months ago and got similar results to the observations you described. I ended up purchasing 5000 speaker cable and an 8000 power cable for my system to start. The US distributor is Audio Arts, NYC. They will have the piccolo device in October so I may give it a try based on your results. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsorren1 View Post
    Tang, thanks for posting your experiences with grid protector and piccolo. I've had the giga protectors and grid protector in my listening room for evaluation several months ago and got similar results to the observations you described. I ended up purchasing 5000 speaker cable and an 8000 power cable for my system to start. The US distributor is Audio Arts, NYC. They will have the piccolo device in October so I may give it a try based on your results. Thanks.
    Ralph

    Hello Ralph,

    I dont know if the Schnerzenger devices work in all system or not. But for me, I knew exactly what aspect of sound I want to hear more in my room. I thought that my high was not as open as I want and was a little damp. Michael has good ears and detected that when he listened to my system before we put the Grid and Piccolo in. He also said that my system sounded a little dark. This is also true because I like my sound a little dark.. different kind of tone from his Zellaton . I was trying to find way to open up my high and get strings to vibrate and catch my ears more. The thing is I could have gone into so many wrong directions to get the sound I want to hear. I could have teared down some absorbers in my room or thought that there was some weak link in my chain of electronics, or was it the cable. But the devices so happened to cure my system inadequacy...specifically in that particular area no more no less. They have no negative side effect on other aspects of my sound that I highly valued. These Frankenstein unnatural tweaks somehow give me what I perceived to be "live" sound.

    Kind regards,
    Tang

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