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PHONOSOPHIE - "Aktivator technik" / amazing german technology

pavuol

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I haven't found this mentioned here, really cool products, website for german speakers though.

link: Die Produkte für perfekte Momente
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interference suppression chips in various form factor - stickers, glass plates, pyramids, cubes, they offer enhanced cables, power blocks and fuses as well

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I haven't found this mentioned here, really cool products, website for german speakers though.

The Germans seem to be one of the front runners in this "technology" race. Did a quick search and found three more: Gabriel-Tech, WA-Quantum and Vortex HiFi. They are a lot smarter than us. No need to make capacitors from gold foil and holy man's ear wax when stickers and beer coasters sell like hot cakes.
 

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interference suppression chips in various form factor - stickers, glass plates, pyramids, cubes, they offer enhanced cables, power blocks and fuses as well

They've got something to rip off everybody! Wow...
 

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Haven't heard of them, look nice too. Now I don't know which design to chose, not having enough cash for both :(!
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Ohhh, that old Snake brick that German Hifi magazines where raving about (~20 years ago)
 
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