Schumann Resonator


I got 2 of these from Amazon...careful that free returns are applicable.  I charged them up, turned them on and holy moly.....they do help with my system.   What I hear is clarity....space between instruments, a definite difference in upright and electric bass, wider soundstage...you know...all the good stuff. At first I thought it might be increased brightness, but no....it is still the same in that regard.  I still can't believe it, and will listen again tomorrow (saved the packaging for the return)...but today, I'm about to keep them.
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Dont insult people grouping them in one bag...To better stone them against the same wall....

Dont act like the average ape in a rampage...

It is a low cost audio experiment only.... (20 bucks for 2 chinese one)

Not an election here or a war....

By the way most people here have no idea what is a blind test, and what are his  specific power and his specific limitation....No idea also what is listening musical habit.... It is a skill  "learned" in a specific room with specific gear and specific files, it is an HABIT, not an unborn  universal capacity like a bat power waiting to be verified by blind test on the bat....

Keep your neurons working and dont use them to throw stones....



Thanks....
It’s like being in the 14th century round here sometimes. 
It’s The People’s Front of Audiogon versus The Audiogon People’s Front.

Factions.  Very 14th century!
All mine were added one and two at a time. I heard the improvement each time. But hardly ever do I go back and take something out just to be doing it all over again. Used to, a lot, and totally get why this is a thing. When first learning and developing listening skills it is so amazing it is hard to believe and so we tend to need all kinds of validation. I am so far beyond that for so long now you can't imagine. But still, every once in a while....

So unplugged five of em last night. Half the ten. Heard the sound go flat even from behind the speakers. Sat down, 30 seconds was more than enough of that, hooked em back up.  

Who wants to listen to that flat, grainy, sound that sounds like it's coming from speakers when you can have dimensional, full natural music that floats in the room? 

Rhetorical question. Scroll up, read the names, get your answer. Not every audiophile it seems is all that much of an audiophile. mahgister being the main exception around here. He actually is willing to try stuff and listen and go by what he hears. Good for him. Everyone should be like that. Or try it, at least once in a while.
So, to recap:

Without you running several Schumann Resonators, your Moabs sound flat and grainy.
And without you lifting your speaker cables from the floor, your Moabs sound distorted and muddy.
Good to know. Do you think it is a problem with your speakers, your associated equipment, Your cables, your tweaks, or your audio knowledge?
Something is certainly amiss. Flat, grainy, distorted, muddy. Perhaps a different hobby?