Try the Audioprism Ground Control on your loudspeakers and you will be astounded at how much information was previously being lost just because there was no ground plane. Music takes on unbelievable palpability and definition. 2 sets are required for biwire loudspeakers. We stand behind this product with our 30-day money back guarantee. Still not sure? Email or call us and ask for an in-home audition.
AudioPrism Ground Control Tweeks dramatically improve your sound system by creating a local ground plane
The Loss of the Ground Plane in Modern Day Audio Components
The ground plane, once an integral part of audio amplifiers, has virtually disappeared from modern day audio components. Instead of being positioned intimately inside our amplifiers, preamps, etcetera, like those copper plates of yesterday, our ground planes are now located under the street in utility conduits, or down at the local power station. The local support of the negative half of all of our audio signals is a thing of the past. Thus, half of all musical information is being compromised by unknown dielectric materials interacting with those electrostatic moments in random, uncontrolled fashion, on the ground side of our circuits.
Creating a Local Ground Plane
AudioPrism Ground Controls provide a self-contained local ground storage mechanism for all of the electrostatic moments that occur in music being reproduced via a given circuit or component. They help to maintain the coherence of electrons involved in signal transfer—i.e., making music—through CD players, preamplifiers, amplifiers and, of all surprising things, speakers. And why not speakers? If you look at those antique speakers, you will see a wire that connects the negative terminal lug of the voice coil connection to the tin coated metal basket that supports the active components of the speaker so that the metal basket acts as, guess what? Yep, a ground plane. The AudioPrism Ground Control provides only a portion of all of the benefits a full ground plane provides, but what an important portion it is. Ground Control offers those very benefits which deal directly with the intelligibility and information richness of the musical events being reproduced. They do not add anything to the music, they simply help maintain what is already there.
Try a pair in your speakers and you will be astounded at how much information was previously being lost just because there was no ground plane. Music takes on unbelievable palpability and definition.
Try the balanced (coming soon) or RCA Ground Control on your audio components. You only need one per component usually, as most components use a single ground. Place one on an unused RCA or XLR connector, and be astounded by the new found clarity, definition and richness of the music eminating from your audio system.