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The $1,323 Ambient Field Conditioner For Better Audio Performance?

I will certainly grant that not all audio equipment is made alike, and that $1,000 speaker set is likely better than the ones that came in your $99 home theater in a box. At the same time, you also have to recognize that overly priced gadgetry may not necessarily provide you with the equivalent jump in aural experience. And that’s my suspicion with the Blackbody Ambient Field Conditioner from LessLoss.

For starters, this product retails for a whopping $1,323. So, what does the little black box do? It “enhances audio playback quality by modifying the interaction of your gear’s circuitry with the ambient electromagnetic field.” In layman’s terms, it helps to block electromagnetic noise and will presumably keep the signal purer. At least that’s what they’d lead you to believe.

But it won’t be able to do the job on its own. In order to get the full aural experience from LessLoss, you’ll also want to invest in their $700 RCA cable, $1500 speaker cables, and $1149 power cable. Oh, and I guess you need some speakers and other equipment too. That might help. I guess LessLoss really just stands for MoreProfit, huh?

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A freelance writer and tech geek from Vancouver. Find me at michaelkwan.com and follow me on Twitter @michaelkwan.

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