Refrigerator and AC plugged into "CLAP-ON" (no noise during music).
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Pocket nuclear reactor with matching battery power supply to supply all the power my system needs off the grid for blacker blacks, tuneful treble, a magnificent midrange, dimensional depth, sensational soundstage, and bodacious bass!
Or for you Foundation (Asimov's that is) fans, how about a nuclear plant built into each component!
An audiophile injection (Also in tablet form for those with more time) with just the right combination of vitamins/enhancements to put your body in the correct state to absorb the beautiful sonics.
Audiophile nanny service who knows just the right time to calm the kids down and take them away so there are no distractions during prime time listening.
Audiophile censor to make sure the recordings and music is good enough to warrant all the above.
Audiophile electricity company who put only the finest metals,shielding and damping products into their mains cable from the power station straight to your outlets. All 30 amp, and all solar powered from huge batteries. Clean, fast and tested to give the perfect sine wave. Also special wave forms for digital set ups also available.
Hmmm . . . solar/battery power supply? This might actually work, and could be a TRUE dedicated circuit, not even connected to the grid.
To take full advantage, you'd need an Audio grade Power Boot Camp. Similar to a power conditioner, but this would take it a step further, training the electronics so they are ready, willing and able to be amplified.
The high end models would naturally come in specific models for class A, AB and D amplifiers, as well as for digital components and video. These would have Special Forces level training circuits to fully prepare the electrons for their mission. They would use a combination of Quantum and Popular Mechanics to identify and separate potentially noisy/uncooperative electrons. These would be sent to the GITMO circuit, where advanced nanosecond feedback methods are used to either get marching in lockstep or else . . .
Of course, these essential audio devices would give insanely black blacks, but do NOT hook up two of these in series, or you risk creating a black hole, which would adversely affect your listening experience and more importantly.
A black hole in your vicinity would really be a problem and should be avoided at all costs. But I wonder if PRAT would be much better? It could be a useful side effect.
It may be difficult to see if the equipment is still on as the LEDs would suffer the doppler effect as red shift sets in. You may get inky black backgrounds though.
How about audiophile floor joists? They could damp floor resonances, and power-condition any Romex routed through them?
Speaking of Romex, I don't think anyone is marketing audiophile Romex, but I'm probably wrong . . .
I'm thinking solid silver 10 gauge Romex, routed through OHNO copper conduit with RF-absorbing liner. Yup, should do the trick.