System Enhancement CD


I was thinking of trying one...

What are your experiences with these products? 
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Go for It!
which one(s) did you have in mind?
Tellurium Q. 

What are your experiences? 
Right On!

this is one of the very few that I do not own (yet).
Where can I purchase it? I am in the USA.

Back on track, start w/ the (3) Stereophile test discs. They do not cost much for openers. 2nd, these discs can orient you to your system and its possible shortcomings. Very well made and produced.
Where are you located infection?

On the same page as above, both the Ayre and Isotek discs are excellent.
I'm in the UK. 

I'll probably try the TQ first...
Yes, get whichever products you can closest to your location.
Keep me posted after you buy the TQ and start to eval it on your system.
I use the Esoteric system enhancer cd.  Cost was around 40.00 when I bought it.
Will do jafant, thanks for your contribution & thanks stereo5.


Agreed,

most of these discs are in the $25 to $50 range. Well worth it and really works. Happy Listening!
Xlo reference recording is also excellent 
I have the Purist Audio, and the Ayre CD's .    The Ayre works better in my system than does the Purist.
The Nordost as well as the Ayre/Cardas both are good.
System enhancement CD?

Well, there are CDs that can clean a CD player lens. But there is no CD in the world that will enhance the existing sound quality of your system. If you think it does, then you enjoy particular genres of music.
System enhancement CD?

Well, there are CDs that can clean a CD player lens. But there is no CD in the world that will enhance the existing sound quality of your system. If you think it does, then you enjoy particular genres of music.


It's just a term some companies use for frequency burn-in type CDs. People who have responded understand that apart from you.
I encourage all those interested in the phenomenon of "burn in" or "break in" to read my two articles at Dagogo.com entitled "Audiophile Law: Thou Shalt Not Overemphasize Burn In" and the follow up, conducted with even more variables, "Audiophile Law: Burn In Test Redux". 

I suggest these articles have relevance to the topic of the thread.