Has anyone here tried these new ac outlets yet? A ac outlet is one the most over looked things in a stereo system and one of the weak links in a system too. http://www.cruzefirstaudio.com/maestro_outlet.htm
In all the years that I have been coming on these forums I have NEVER seen a Electrical Engineer raving about a ac outlet !....
I know some of you have been waiting for the Maestro ac outlet review and here it is...down this page a little...
Here's some more feedback on these Maestro ac outlets....
I would say that the Maestro is the best upgrade I had in my system. It brought all the upgrades I did (caps upgrades, cables, power cords, tubes) to a higher sonic level.
I have been trying out some cover plates for my Maestro outlets from Cruze First Audio. Yes, they now have their cover plates for their Maestro outlets.
These brushed aluminum cover plates are treated with the same RFI/EMI rejecting compound used in the Maestro outlets !
With these two products together, the noise floor is SO...LOW that I feel like I'm hearing recorded music like it was meant to be heard ! BUT everything I listen to now sounds more like your at a LIVE EVENT than listening to music in a stereo system !! VERY ADDICTIVE INDEED !!
I would LOVE to get some feedback with some Maestro outlet owners, after trying these cover plates in their systems.....
Well, you could take a pair of these cover plates and put them over your ears where the "RFI/EMI rejecting compound" might actually have a chance of reducing noise. Senseless drivel.
If only one of the TAS reviewers here would try out some of these Maestro outlets and Cover Plates and let them break-in really GOOD, between 450 to 500 hours and then give us some feedback on them here on this forum.