Tripoint Grounding Question - Troy Signature and Troy NG

Hello fellow Audiogoners - I currently own a Tripoint Troy Signature and I have all of my 3 components grounded to that box and love it ......I have the opportunity to get a TriPoint NG grounding box that is sonically more advanced than the Troy Signature that I currently own as I had mentioned. I have '' heard '' that keep the Troy Signature on the amp and pick up the newer Troy NG for your source components. Please let me know if anybody knows anything on this perspective and if they are running two model's of TriPoint in their systems. Thank you in advance ...stay well out there !     


Good morning Mike  - and no problem and I hope all is well. It did take me awhile to catch on to TriPoint Grounding stations but what a difference they make. I have the Troy Signature as I have noted abut I did upgrade the original grounding cables that came with the Troy and that also made a big difference. I was wondering about using two different types of Miguel's grounding stations in my system on what that would do. The Troy added a nice smoothness / musicality to my system but Miguel is is telling me that his new line brings out more musicality but also allows your system to dig deeper into the recording and bring out more detail. So, you currently use two of his grounding stations , what do you think ? Thank you  in advance. the OP I guess nobody owns any TriPoint Grounding stations it would seem.   

I have noticed that grounding boxes do not seem to get much attention on Audiogon and actually in the USA. Check out "What's Best" Forum they seem to get a lot of attention there.

I own a Silver Tellus Entreq box, and I have made a few DIY versions that I believe far exceed what the Entreq unit does.

The Tripoint is on my future list, but boy are they costly and they don't seem to be available used. Plus, I'm not sure if there is even a USA dealer.


in the USA mostly you deal with Miguel directly.

i also own a number of Entreq boxes and they have their place in the big picture. in my system i use the Tripoint as the main signal path chassis grounding. and with Tripoint the better cables make significant differences. i would say Tripoint’s influence is relative to their price difference. too bad it works that way, but that is my experience.

where the Entreq takes my system to a higher level is on my separate bass towers. i have the Poseidon and 3 Silver Minimus’s on my two bass towers and it does make my bass more sexy and dimensional. love it there.

the newest Entreq appears to go to a higher level and is more expensive, i have no experience with it.

I have the Troy Signature NG on the way, be here 24 Oct.  Give it a week to settle in and I’ll let you know how it performs.