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Lucky lucky you!
I was able to borrow a Isotec Noise sniffer from my dealer. The only equipment which 'creates' big (700) noise (in my system) are the CD changers, and the plasma TV. Some equipment REDUCES the noise! and much of the rest add maybe 020 to 035, (as registered on the noise testing device which goes from 000 to 999).I would play around with the noise sniffers on and off to see if they change the sound. (in my testing I found EACH PS Audio Noise Sniffer would reduce the noise 150 to 200 I found using too many loses midrange body.. And I actually use a few too many (my setup best is 5 for tonal balance, but I went to 7 of them) to gain clarity! and 'make up' for the midrange body loss with other means, (right now mainly via slightly higher midrange crossover resistors on my Magnepan 20.7.. So I would suggest experimenting with the Noise harvester on and off the setup. Because not only do they lower the noise floor, (BLINKING OR NOT BLINKING, they are working 100% of the time!!!) they also change the 'tone' once they are overabundant...Just my experience with them. And if you are doing a review with the AQ7000... I would want you to be aware of that
Do you think it is a transformer buzz inside the case? Have you discussed it with AudioQuest folks? Maybe the unit is defective? Or has become defective after who knows how many trips around everywhere? Maybe they can send you a different one, without the buzz? Anyway, too bad it is not working out. I would love the chance to hear one, or the PS Audio big boy 20 ... But I am nobody in the audio world.
So you didn’t?
Try it without the noise things plugged into it?Not all line conditioning likes to work together.
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