Tell your significant other: It could be far worse!!


#1

Though I like the the idea of a private utillity pole… Paul? :slight_smile:

http://www.wsj.com/video/japanese-audiophiles-are-going-to-extremes/7CDB7E7F-C035-4595-9D5A-42D6D2B4B356.html


#2

Amazing.


#3
Paul McGowan said Amazing.
Wouldn't it just be cheaper to get a P10?

#4

So, how “pure” is it, really? Isn’t it hooked into the grid right there? I suppose that maybe you could have your own line straight from the plant but I didn’t get that from the video.wink

I’m with Streets.


#5

Same here. All you are avoiding is some of the noise generated by your neighbors who are on the same transformer.


#6

Yo, I wasn’t serious. :slight_smile: But I think they are!!


#7

I’m sure they are, which is what we were responding to. Thanks for sharing. Sometimes you just gotta shake your head. Maybe utility poles are cheap in Japan.


#8
stevem2 said All you are avoiding is some of the noise generated by your neighbors who are on the same transformer.
I have my own transformer and my power is much cleaner than most.

#9

Didn’t say it wouldn’t make any difference. How do you know your cleaner power is due to having your own transformer?


#10
Bob said Though I like the the idea of a private utillity pole... Paul? :)

http://www.wsj.com/video/japanese-audiophiles-are-going-to-extremes/7CDB7E7F-C035-4595-9D5A-42D6D2B4B356.html


Wow. We’re rank amateurs compared to “rock grandpa.”

#11
stevem2 said Didn't say it wouldn't make any difference. How do you know your cleaner power is due to having your own transformer?
Only by comparing it to others similarly situated, but who share a transformer with multiple homes. I do not have any way of testing it directly, such as switching the house over to a shared transformer.