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  • Computer Audio Design grounding devices

    Never heard of this company until RG's article in TAB. Nice size and clean lines - no need for a grounding box to look like it came from Paul Bunyan or Fabergé.

    CAD Ground Control GC1 and Ground Control GC3

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    I heard one in my system and if I didn’t already had a full Entreq, I would habe bought it without hesitation. Really great product simple, efficient in a little discreet box.

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      These units do certainly sound intriguing. I have been focusing on my power distribution for my front end and line stage and my amp and I'm still not satisfied. I did a thorough comparison between the Denali, Niagra and Ansuz units (I should be posting my thoughts at some point). The one question I have regarding the grounding units is that I thought I read that one should not have multiple grounds.

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        Originally posted by Cohnaudio View Post
        These units do certainly sound intriguing. I have been focusing on my power distribution for my front end and line stage and my amp and I'm still not satisfied. I did a thorough comparison between the Denali, Niagra and Ansuz units (I should be posting my thoughts at some point). The one question I have regarding the grounding units is that I thought I read that one should not have multiple grounds.
        You shouldn't have multiple grounds at different ground potentials.
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