DIY Silencer Kit
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PLEASE NOTE: This product is designed to be used inside equipment and is not suitable for external use. For example wiring a 13A mains on the end.
The Silencer has been designed to efficiently remove degrading mains noise. It works passively, meaning that they have none of the drawbacks of some other mains filters – drawbacks such as loss of musicality and reduced dynamic range. It is a broadband filter, effective at filtering over a wide frequency range. For the techies amongst you, it is a 'passive differential and common mode inductorless non-resonant harmonic filter'.
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The September 2013 issue of Hi-Fi Choice magazine features a new review of The Silencer. The Silencer has featured in our range for many years on the principle that it simply works - and 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it'. Clearly, Neville Roberts, reviewing, agrees as he has been using one himself for "several years".
It's pleasing to see an established product like this receiving an up to date review, especially when it gets such an unequivocal recommendation: "These devices really do work as described".
In Neville's case he found that The Silencer was even able to cure the annoying problem of clicking through his speakers. Having traced the cause of the problem back to his refrigerator he found that plugging The Silencer into a spare socket near to his system completely eradicated the issue.
In terms of the effects of The Silencer on sound quality he notes the drop in background noise and improvements in levels of detail extracted from recordings - just what we found and the effects are a much more involving musical experience.
All in all summed up as a "great product that won't break the bank".
Magazine: Hi-Fi Choice
Issue: September 2013
Verdict: Hi-Fi Choice Recommended Product