My system is starting to unfold as described in several posts here about these products. I'm not totally sure how this stuff works, but this morning I think I got a glimpse of what is coming.
With regard to the installation of the CBF’s, I staggered the install over a week, mainly because I wasn’t sure where to put them. After some back and forth with Alan I finally got them dialed in. First I put CBF's on the main CB and the A/V CB. Then I moved them to the main wire bundle and wires going into the A/V CB. Then I added one back to the A/V CB. Then I put one behind the duplex feeding my A/V system and lastly I put one on the transformer inside the power supply to my CD player. All of these were done at different times over a week long period. I have no idea how that staggering will unfold as each one is probably in a different stage of cooking and tuning.
I did place a REFIII a week ago and did not move it. It is on a non A/V circuit.
First, my 5 year old 61" Samsung DLP got a nice lift in color saturation and detail. I was able to eliminate any the color correction and now have a much more natural video presentation with more detail and richer color. Nice!!!
With regard to the audio, I am starting to hear what happens when you remove the hash from you’re A/C. Normally subdued rhythm guitars in the background suddenly have life and are nicely interwoven within the music. Stringed instruments have changed dramatically and actually have a pleasing, natural tone with body and excellent timbre. Bass lines are defined and tight without the normal bloat and overhang that I have had in the past. I don’t want to jump to conclusions to quickly, but there was a pretty bad bass hump in my less-than-perfect room. That seems to be gone at this point.
Anyway, I like what I am hearing and will report more as the cooking and tuning progresses.