Clever Little Clock....WOW!!

Jan 11, 2011
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South Bend IN
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Think I'll pass my car already has a clock, plus I have watch and my phone to tell the time. To make my car audio better, I replaced stock speakers with Alpine. Sounds pretty good but not reference level of course.
 
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I believe these third generation ultra signature clever little clocks will become a "Instant Classic"! What these clever little clocks are doing is reducing the noise and distortion like a battery powered internal clock generator. Noise and Distortion Degrades The Sound A Lot! I'm going to get another ultra signature clever little clock to see how much more noise and distortion two of these can remove.:)
 
May 25, 2010
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SF Bay Area
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This post came twelve days early. Must have been a time dilation problem.

Larry
 
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With two of these clocks in my system, the SoundStage.. OPENS UP like never before!:eek:

It sounds very liquid and organic...very analog-like!

It sounds more like real music being played!

The sound is SO Effortless and very Addictive!

I can see why some like to keep buying more of these clocks...the more you put in your system, the better your system will sound!...:p

If I had the money I would pass two of the clocks around to the forum members here so you all could find out how good these clocks are!:cool:
 
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Feb 8, 2011
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Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada
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Audio_Karma, I know you like good humor and everyone else too.
Honestly though, you sound like a broken record, almost like an audio "pimp".

:)

* I'm no different myself. Actually a fair bunch of us; it's human enthusiasm nature.
 
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