If you'd like to spend $1,323 on a device that "enhances audio playback quality by modifying the interaction of your gear’s circuitry with the ambient electromagnetic field," have I got a deal for you. Above is the Blackbody Ambient Field Conditioner. Of course, to really notice a difference you'll most certainly need the same company's $1500 speaker cables and $700 RCA cable that "makes digital sound more analogue than ever." None of that will help though unless you start with the $1149 power cable featuring "double hand polished, twice gold plated high performance power plugs from Japan." But yeah, eventually you'll have to deal with that ambient electromagnetic field. May as well be now. Blackbody Ambient Field Conditioner (via @chris_carter_)
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