Iron out the noise
The original purpose for designing the Conductor was to provide isolated
grounds for HiFi equipment. Isolated grounding systems are important
because conventional earth from the wall outlet is very heavily contaminated
by interference generated by electrical appliances. A looping effect
may also occur when all equipment in a system are sharing the same earth.
The Conductor is a passive unit with a circuit that functions to greatly
reduce the interference from ultra high frequency noise generated from
all digital equipment (i.e.CD players, CD Transport, D/A Converters
The Conductor will even benefit analogue equipment that is usually played
through a system with digital equipment connected, continuously generating
ultra high frequency noise measurable by a scope. Other daily digital
equipment such as FAX machines can also affect the system.
The Conductor first rectifies the interference, and acts as a clean
ground for the whole system, and can be connected to the chassis of
any equipment in a system. However, conventional earth from wall outlets
provide protection against faulty equipment and so the Conductor is
not a replacement for this safety measure.
Finally the Conductor must be thoroughly broken in before proper evaluation
can take place.
The Conductor was designed by Matisse and based on research of an American
physicist working for the U.S. Military.