The AudioPrism Wave Guide is a revolutionary and patent-applied for technology that is designed to improve the performance of any audio, video or home theater system.
The improvement in detail and dynamics.. in an already superb reproduction... impressed even the Shaman's Bob Deutsch, Brian Damkroger, and half-dozen other audionuts were there... they heard it too.
Utilizing entirely passive filtration technology, the AudioPrism Wave Guide greatly reduces the common mode noise that travels along power cords, interconnects and speaker cables. Common mode noise can cause power supplies to modulate in all types of audio and video electronics. This type of noise, in conjunction with the modulation it produces, contributes to undesirable increase of grain, glare and loss of dimensionality.
The AudioPrism Wave Guide is designed to fit around power, interconnect or loudspeaker cables. Precision machined from a solid block of Delrin, the Wave Guide has excellent dielectric properties, vibrational inertness and is relatively soft (to avoid the possibility of cosmetic damage to adjacent equipment.)
To install, simply open the Wave Guide using an Allen wrench (supplied), lay your cable in the bottom milled channel, then place the top half over the cable and tighten the attachment screws. Since the Wave Guide is completely passive and requires nothing more than your cable pass through it, is easy to move up and down the cable to "tune" the entire system.
The sonic improvement afforded by the AudioPrism Wave Guide is nothing less than astonishing. Bass is tighter, deeper and more articulate. Hollow-bodied acoustical instruments take on a fuller and much more life-like presentation. The midrange is rendered much more naturally without even a hint of glare or edge. Vocals take on a realistic presence within an accurately portrayed three-dimensional acoustical space. Highs such as strings loose the "steel" and become sweet and silky. You could spend thousands of dollars and hear less of an improvement than with the AudioPrism Wave Guide.
- Power Cords: Power cords carry a significant amount of noise along the cable. The source of the noise emanates from radio signals, digital noise from computers and other modern electronics, switching noise from power diodes and harmonic currents distributed through the power grid.
- Digital Links: The amount of noise related between a CD transport and a Digital to Analog (DAC) is known to be quite high. Factors such as power supply noise, digital artifacts, ground loops and AC power line noise all contribute to degrading the sound of the digital conversion and analog amplification process.
- Speaker and Interconnect Cables: The Wave Guide has a significant impact on the sound when it's used on the interconnect and speaker cables in the system.
- Audio and Video Cables: The Wave Guide may be installed on anything related to the audio and video system. Begin with installing the Wave Guide on all of the power cords, antenna leads and video input/output cables.
- Recommended for use on power, audio, video and digital cables.
- Passive inductive circuit improves low-frequency noise attenuation.
- Fits around any cable up to 5/8" (1.6 cm.)
- Complete installation in less than five minutes.
|Cable Capacity||up to 5/8" diameter (16 mm)|
|Weight||12 ounces (340 grams)|
|Dimensions||4 x 2 x 1 5/16" (10.16 x 5.08 x 3.33 cm)|