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Jack and Bruno. Thats funny.
Please keep this thread limited to Bybee's. Thanks.
I don't believe Barrows was asking about Bybees (the product), but rather Jack Bybee's new product, utilizing piezoelectric crystal materials that he recently 'discovered'.
I've owned and used a few of Bybee's devices, both freestanding and built into cables, for quite a long while in various places in my systems. I currently use none in my main system, as they provide no net benefit there. I use a pair of speaker bullets in my office system, where they provide a modest improvement. They do have some effect on the sound that is sometimes helpful and sometimes detrimental, but it is always subtle. At their prices there are many options (yes, including Ric Schultz' modded Wimas which I use in my N-Cores) that provide the possibility of much greater subjective effect, and used selectively, improvement.So at Bybee's prices, for most of us cabling and cap rolling can get better results for the $, IMO. For those for whom money is no object and who already have got very dialed-in high-rez systems, they are worth a try, but like everything, matchups are key.
Audio is not science, audio is music and emotion, something much more complex than science and silly numbers.
......This looks like it using piezoelectric properties of crystals to damp RF fields, quartz and its varieties can damp RF when implemented correctly, and this is science, not snake oil. the only question would be what the magnitude of the difference might be......
BYBEE – QUANTUM SIGNAL ENHANCER (CRYSTAL SERIES)The Bybee – Quantum Signal Enhancer by Bybee Technologies will transform any audio or video component to a higher level of performance with Quantum proton alignment Signal Enhancer technology. When placed in a room, it also functions as one of the most economical and effective room treatment devices on the market.http://bybeetech.com/?page_id=136
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