Nope. Can't read the babble on that site. Listen to odd equipment and compare it to other odd equipment and do it whilst meandering through a sea of verbal confusion. Someone said, the editor of the site thinks he is providing audio reviews for folks who like to read. To me its reviews leave me frustrated, as in why did I read a very long article about equipment that isn't available to listen to anywhere near me and have it compared to stuff that is equally unavailable in a way that seems pretty inconclusive. YMMV.It didn't happen to be 6 moons ago by any chance?
In other words, you partied with the devil himself!I have a personal conflict there. I know the founder of Shunyata. Been to their local factory and they were super nice and kind to me. They also do fair bit of objective analysis and own an Audio Precision analyzer like mine.
Of course if someone sends me their products then I will fairly review it. But I prefer to not go and buy their products to test.
But, but, Shunyata says it matters so much you should pay thousands of dollars for fancy Belden wire! Plus, we found out that they say this and own the famous AP555. They have no excuse for the extreme snake oil they sell audiophools. They even sweet talked Amir and gave him a look see at their impressive snake oil manufacturing center. Luckily Amir overcame the baffling BS and continued his mission. Shunyata though needs to be run out of the audio business!Bah, humbug. This power cord silliness is stupid (thoopid!). Once safety and ampacity requirements for a power cord are met, it's a done deal. Move on to more important matters and stop wasting valuable test time on that.
Gee, they just might. Snake oil is so productive in earning cash that I think they just might do it. Or, for us older guys, bring back the 70's and 80's "Pet Rock"!Maybe Shunyata could get into homeopathic product sales as a sideline. Both types of products operate under a similar mechanism.
Maybe Shunyata could get into homeopathic product sales as a sideline. Both types of products operate under a similar mechanism.
Bah, humbug. This power cord silliness is stupid (thoopid!). Once safety and ampacity requirements for a power cord are met, it's a done deal. Move on to more important matters and stop wasting valuable test time on that.
Well, that was easy. If you know anything about the medical field, they have boat loads of cash. Also, they are not electrical engineers, and would buy the snake oil pitch if it just sounds good and sciency.E - Not sure what that snazzy scope does, but the Shunyata folks claim to have "bamboozled" heart surgeons into using their power cables on their snazzy medical equipment. From their site: