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sharkmouth
August 15, 2013, 11:53 PM
These would have to be the bargain of the century. They harvest rfi, (from what I understand), that are detrimental to the definition & delivery of the sound in your electronic equipment. One set per component, or just the one component as each & everyone gets better & the change is astounding it is like someone just upgraded you to the next level up in the component chain. I have them on all of my components & they are worth at least a full bottle of wine into a serious listening session.:audiophile::audiophile::woot::woot::audio phile::audiophile:



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MDP
August 16, 2013, 02:26 PM
How do they work Kev ? I'm confused !

sharkmouth
August 16, 2013, 06:30 PM
Just plug them into the rca input jacks or the output jacks, either/or. It is that simple & the difference is absolutely jaw dropping!On your speakers you use the banana or spade connection depending on what method you use to connect your cables. Just one alone on the preamp works wonders.

Keys
August 16, 2013, 09:47 PM
I have a set of Stillpoints E-Loops and agree with your description of them ,when you use them on individual compents ,what do you do with the two negative speaker terminals one you get to the ampilifier , as I have Vitus Mono blocks Bi Wired
Regards
Ron

Smoothplate
August 19, 2013, 11:04 PM
I have a set of Stillpoints E-Loops and agree with your description of them ,when you use them on individual compents ,what do you do with the two negative speaker terminals one you get to the ampilifier , as I have Vitus Mono blocks Bi Wired
Regards
Ron

The E Loops are a product of Exemplar Audio distributed by Stillpoints. You use either the spade or banana E Loops (depending on the speaker terminations of your cables) on the negative speaker terminals of your amplifier. They do have a cumulative effect so use the RCA E Loops on unused RCA terminals of preamps, DACs, etc. and spade or banana E Loops on your amps.

Keys
August 20, 2013, 12:39 AM
Thank you

NorthStar
August 20, 2013, 12:58 AM
Quite interesting.

Keys
August 22, 2013, 10:35 AM
The E Loops are a product of Exemplar Audio distributed by Stillpoints. You use either the spade or banana E Loops (depending on the speaker terminations of your cables) on the negative speaker terminals of your amplifier. They do have a cumulative effect so use the RCA E Loops on unused RCA terminals of preamps, DACs, etc. and spade or banana E Loops on your amps.

for the extra unused RCA terminals on preamps etc can you buy just a set of RCA ones with out the Amp ones?

sharkmouth
August 22, 2013, 05:53 PM
for the extra unused RCA terminals on preamps etc can you buy just a set of RCA ones with out the Amp ones?


Keys the answer is yes, that is what I do.

JohnVF
December 3, 2013, 09:52 PM
I should give these another try. I've had a pair on loan and didn't really hear a difference. I should try them on something that has RF interference perhaps? That is an issue on my tube gear in this inner city high-rise. I had a pair on the terminals of my amp...and noticed today when moving it that they weren't even in place. Just laying on the floor behind the amp :(. I'm a terrible audiophile, haha.