Shakti Stones - How to arrange them?


So, I have a bunch of these stones, and I misakenly threw away the instructions I had. Anyone know which way to turn these and where to locate them to get the best sound?

Thanks!
leftistelf
Here are on line instructions:

http://www.hifi-notes.com/shakti1-en.htm

No one can tell you what's the perfect place to put these, it's a tweak product like isolation feet, roller blocks and dampers. All effect the sound. There will be people that love them, some will hate them. Some will say they do nothing at all. If you read the instructions and experiment, you can determine for yourself.

I've experimented with these a lot, owned eight at one time. It would require a phone conversation to begin to cover it all.
Place them facing North, drop to your knees and begin worship. Pray for a change.

Sorry but you did ask!

loon
And I thought the last post I responded to was the strangest question of the day. Albert, would you know why Herbert Kegel, the gifted conductor, committed suicide? Did it have anything to with his not hearing any difference with Shakti Stones in his sound system or in the back pockets of the musicians in his orchestra? Should Shakti Stones be cryoed? Your public wants to know. Good day.
In my experience, they work best positioned over a component's power supply. Even then, sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. I've heard wonderful results with Shaktis placed over the transformers of Krell and Spectron amps, but have heard no effect when they're placed on other components. You just have to experiment. Start with placement over the power supply. That's the safest bet.
For more added amusement of sceptics here, I have found rotating the Stones makes a difference, particularly on transformers. In other words, place it, listen, then rotate the Stone 90 degrees, etc. IF it makes an audible difference on that component, there is usually a best orientation.
Pbb, you were NOT supposed to reveal that Herbert could not hear the stones. Yes, that is why he is no longer with us. Unknown to many, his pianist used the stones just above the keys near the sheet music stand. Until then the highs were never right.

I assume you use these everywhere? If so, you are ahead of me. I no longer own any.
I'm only willing to go so far, and alas, I must draw the line at "magic stones." Come on, this "tweak" just doesn't pass the laugh test.
I can attest that the effect is not subtle with either the Krell KAV 300i or the Creek 5350 SE when the Shakti stones are placed over the transformer. If you have the opportunity to hear for yourself sometime Roskoe, you'll know.
You need to put them in a big circle, light some candles, and sacrifice a goat while proclaiming your loyalty to the god of audio.

A big bucky of pigs blood and some chicken feet might also help
Slappy comes the closest in the stone's arrangements. What the instructions didn't tell you was in order to invoke their power, they have to be arranged this way:
http://www.amherst.edu/~ermace/sth/maps.html
The stones are to be placed in your head, to supplement the stones that are already in there for buying such a product. I'm sorry, but I had to say it.

With that said, manic audiophilia is slowly taking over me (I'm a relative newbie), and I'm sure I'll be getting my hair cut in a manner to improve imaging soon, and I'll also be buying clothes that reduce standing waves.

I've already made a suitable listening room a high priority in my next home.
You need to put them in a big circle, light some candles, and sacrifice a goat while proclaiming your loyalty to the god of audio.

A big bucky of pigs blood and some chicken feet might also help