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Old 01-01-2019, 11:13 AM
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Speaker placement did it in our room.

+ 4 dB of bass!


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Sorry for the spelling. Not my strength.

I have known him for many years before he could speak english very well. He is a true iconoclast. I consider him a cross between a mad scientist and an alchemist. There are other products “similar” on the market but he is the one that invented this concept.

And they work if you follow the general rules. You don’t need many to prove it to yourself. Just get a silver and a copper gold to start. That is enough do some dramatic tweaking.

He has these little square blocks about a quarter inch cube with holes in them. you put them on glass windows approximately in the lower corner about a few inches from the side and bottom. It transforms what is a vibrating reflecting surface dramatically.

I have no financial or interest. He and his products are truly unique and he deserves to be recognized.

Thanks for the tip Caelin- I’ve made contact with Franck and he has made some suggestions using some of his products to help. I’ll share the results when I get these installed...
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