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I use a Symphony Pro that needs to be placed at the opposite side of my house from my system(45'). I get teriffic clarity gains from this little gem but a little goes a long way. Having the Symphony Pro any closer gives me a headache from it's intense brightness. Plus the fact that I shut the little sucker off for home theater because of it's overpowering affects on the video. Bottom line, for audio, the Symphony Pro (in the right amount) is a must have for me. Regards, Robin
Yes I have a Symphony Pro in my system and I just don't understand. Here at A'gon I've read Audiophiles in these pages wax on about this upgrade, and that mod, or this tweak usually costing thousands of dollars with little to no cost to performance ratio. Bill at Quantum Resonance Technology offers the Symphony Pro for $500.00, you install it on your rack, plug it into the wall and let in warm up at least thirty minutes and prepare yourself to have your jaw drop. Forget about natural timbre, pinpoint soundstage both deeper and wider, better inner detail, lower noise floor, vividness without being bright, better sense of timing, the Symphony Pro does it all in spades, however; its biggest strength is that it just feels right. Piano, guitar, drums, horns, voices they all feel right. If your serious about the music, it' a must have. IMO