ADD-Powr Sorcer x4


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ADD-Powr Sorcer x4

Field Based Power Conditioning

Pro Tweek: 

Replacing the stock fuse on the Sorcer with a QSA 5x20mm slow blow 500 milliAmp fuse takes the performance of the Sorcer to stratospheric levels. You have not heard your Sorcer like this. We guarantee it! Read more about this on our blog.

Adding a QSA fuse to your Sorcer ups the performance exponentially. 

"Yeah Michael, this thing works. Reach out and touch Realism .... Wow, very enjoyable. The Fuses add the touch." - CW, Tweek Geek Customer

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  • 5
    Sorcer x4

    Posted by Fletch on 10th Mar 2023

    I recently ordered a Sorcer, and I received the new X4 with 4 AC outlets. I honestly didn’t know that I would be getting this new product when I ordered, but I’m really glad I got it. It’s amazing! I plugged my subwoofer into it, and I connected the unit to a dedicated wall outlet. The sub sounds better than ever, and my whole audio system has completely transformed. Everything is so much clearer and more detailed, without being bright, boomy, or harsh. Also, I can tell a difference in all of the AV equipment in my house. The video and audio quality in all of my computers, receivers, TV’s, etc., seems so much better since adding the Sorcer to my home. I HIGHLY recommend this component!

  • 5
    Add-Power Sorcer X4

    Posted by Clive Williams on 8th Mar 2023

    This component will breathe life into your Audio. Soundstage really opens up. Deeper, more details, sense of more realism and the space is really Quiet. Wow.

  • 5
    Add Power Sorcerer X 4

    Posted by clive williams on 20th Jul 2022

    The Sorcerer X 4 Definitely add that extra dimension to the Music. Palpable, reach out and touch Realism. A very Lively Soundstage.

  • 5
    The Sorcer X4 is way better

    Posted by Ken Basar on 7th Aug 2019

    ADD-Pwr Review This mini review is not only about the Sorcer 4 but also the great customer service from a well-known Audio dealer; The Tweek Geek. I was really curious about ADD-Pwr products. I own a Symphony Pro from a decade or more ago that works ok but... Now there are new products. I read a couple of the online reviews but I was not sure about spending $4000 for what I thought to be basically a tweak. (even with a money back guarantee). I contacted Mike from Tweek Geek and he had a demo unit that he was willing to send. In a few days the demo arrived but it was labeled Magnifi Tech. From what I learned this was an earlier iteration of the Sorcer. I must add that more dealers (like Tweek Geek) should provide demo units. Especially for those of us on the fence. I noticed some criticism on this thread that I would like to address first. The chassis appearance; it looks fine to me. Transformer hum? I cannot hear any conceivable hum from the unit. Looking at the insides there is no special crystals or magic paste inside. Just transformers, electronics and what appears to be settable digit settings. Well, since receiving the unit, I have been amazed by the change in my system sound quality. People, this is not a tweak but a huge system upgrade! Music takes on a very real personality. By that I mean it no longer sounds like a recording but actual live music! Vocals and instruments are so real sounding! There is a rightness to sound, call it analog, or organic but boy does my system sound good! I am 66 years old and a classic rock fan, I have listened to that music for decades. I can truly say that those familiar recording sound so much better, very resolved and very real. Hard to believe, mighty impressive! The Sorcer X4 is way better than any power conditioner, power cord, footers, room treatments that I have ever tried! And believe me I have tried many, many, so many… I noticed even more of an improvement than when I added the Audioquest Niagara 7000! BTW, I am using both products concurrently so perhaps there is synergy. I have been told that placement of the unit affects the way it performs. I just found a spot in the middle of my rack and plopped it there. Later, I may change its location, but I can’t imagine the sound getting anything better. I have it plugged into the same dedicated outlets (Furutech NCF) that my Niagara is plugged into. I also have a Synergistic Research grounding block plugged into that same quad box. So, I had to have one. I have placed an order for the Sorcer X4 and it is now in transit. I should get it sometime next week. In the meantime, I still have the demo to use. To all who read this, I’m not getting anything thing out of posting this information, just sharing my opinion. If you contact The Tweek Geek perhaps Mike will have me send the demo unit to you when I get my new one. ozzy