The principle for a Entreq Groundbox
We can not protect our innovations with Pat. Pending.
So, we need to keep everything about the construction with strict secrecy. This of course had served up for pillocks to write a lot off fake on forums. But that is another story.
To the right you see a schematic draft for a Silver Tellus Infinity groundbox.
We use different layers of metals mixed with minerals to create a Para, Dia and Ferro magnetic galvanic point that acts like a concentrated piece of Earth.
By changing the metals, minerals, size, weight, case construction and differing conductors we get several
levels of performance and types of groundingboxes.
Imagine the construction as a battery, but opposite. Instead of create and send out, it pull back and consume.
We normally never tell anything about the way we construct our boxes.
But this we can show. We don´t think any can copy the Infinity treated special made parts we use inside a groundbox.
They are of Pure Silver, Tungsten, Stainless, Alu, Brass, Cupper etc.
Why use Entreq Ground Box’s ?
A clean, solid and fixed ground point is the most important factor for precision!
The ground should be Zero. A clean, solid fixed point. A fixed point where everything in the power net can refer to as Zero. But sadly, it is far from that in reality.
We normally say 220V 50Hz alternative110 V 60Hz. But there are a lot more frequency on the power net. These is caused by the way we connect zero and protective ground together in the main central/fuse boxes and all devices we connect to the power net. All together this cause a lot of unwanted magnetic fields that distore.
Current goes in and current goes out of switched devices and lighting fixtures of every kind.
All of these make the current messy. Not least computers with their switched power units, chargers for mobile telephones, all the halogen and LED lighting, dimmers etc. all cause a great deal of high-frequency noise, stray voltages. and magnetic fields.
This noise seeks the easiest path to the earth. And since these pollutions can be everything from 50-60 Hz to very high-frequency, weak, currents, it is not often that the path of least resistance is via the protective earth.These currents instead can find dishwashers, laundry machines, counter tops with waterpipes,etc.
Your HiFi rack and stereo set with all the cables and devices are a most attractive place.
Moreover, these high freq often generate magnetic fields that absolutely have influence and bad impact on the sound reproduction.
When connect to a groundbox you get a fixed point and offer this pollutions a place to fade away.
This high-frequency, but weak currents, are atttracted by the galvanic mineralmix and the Para, Dia and Ferro magnetic metals.The high frequency currents move over to the box, where they will be transformed.
Once you have attached one of our ground boxes and begin get rid of HF pollutions you will hear more details in the music. You also will get a better flow, more air and improved dynamic. For use a metaphor, it´s like when you have driven your car with handbrake applied and then release it. Everything works so much easier. The HF noice not only hide details. It also have impacts on the signals flow.
The big problem is the protective ground.
Many times it is overloaded or not constructed for handle these pollutions. The safety ground can handle
a real “bang” of 110-220Volt and X Watts without any problems, but when it comes to these small currents of
some Milli V with very high frequencies it doesn’t always catch them. And if it catches them, it many times
doesn’t get rid of them.
So, in fact, it can be the opposite. The protective ground can leak back HF pollutions to the net.
These pollutions will flow around in the power system searching for a place to ground and fade away.
And places as your TV or your HiFi system, with all the cables and magnetic fields load up them. The pollutions
have simply nowhere else to go. They flow around there in their search for ground and peace.
- Contact : Dicky Ng 012-3308893
- Contact : John Yew 016-2861000
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