Here ya go:
Yes, I watched all those. Doesn't answer my question though.There are always safety grounds, typically tied at least to chassis unless class II, "signal" grounds, "power supply" grounds, among other descriptors. These may or may not reference each other, depending on the piece of equipment. Even my Puritan PSM156 has a green post just like the Ground Master does. Do you need just that one or is it necessary to tie it to each component? Is it tied to safety ground/chassis? Or the ground side of an RCA jack? XLR? What if the components use different grounding schemes? It's typically not all a star either, so there are resistance/impedance differences, does it matter? I'm being a bit ridiculous on purpose, but my point is they need to help us dopes out at least a little bit here.
Probably more likely this silliness.
So, during a listening session tonight the power dropped cold for ~1-2 seconds (AGAIN!), then right back on. Had to re-cycle the LTA pre, DAC, both Spatial amps, etc. Happens all the time here, like it or not. Not good with tube gear.
Hey JTW, this sucker is looking pretty good right now, and I could take it to keep a charge on the house and A/C batteries in the boat, rock the JL's all day, ya ya, sign me up https://www.bluetti.com/products/bluetti-ac200p-2000wh-2000w-portable-power-station
On a Spatial X5 note, actually on topic, the LTA microZTOL Level 2 mod has ~30 hours now, really starting to open up and smooth out. Much better than my initial impression, I guess no surprise there. Just finished ~2 hours of Steve Hackett's "Selling England By The Pound & Spectral Mornings: Live at Hammersmith"
on Qobuz, really sweetAll good now