The past few months have seen the emergence of a number of new, very effective P.W.B. devices. One important reason for this series of successful devices is the result of our far greater understanding of a long standing problem that we have been aware of for a number of years.
Most of our human senses have evolved, since the beginning of primitive life, to 'read' energy patterns that have a reference base at the earth's surface. Unfortunately for human beings, electrical energy at negative potential mimics the earth surface polarity. Negative electrical connections within electronic and electrical apparatus allow the human senses to 'read' varying electrical energy patterns within our modern environment and these energy patterns cause great confusion to the human senses. This is particularly so with modern digital pulse techniques.
Whilst it is impossible to remove the negative pole from electrical equipment, we have developed techniques to 'bury' the negative pole by surrounding it with a ring of positive potential, thereby 'hiding' it from our senses. In practice, this is usually a simpler task to do than to describe. We might add that it is essential to first specially manipulate the components used in the device.
Nature's evolutionary progression has by now integrated the energy patterns of the innumerable infrared pulses which are being continuously generated throughout the world with the digital information conducted along conventional copper, optical and radio pathways.
For this new P.W.B. device, we have coupled two specially treated infrared components in a face to face configuration that 'hide' their negative polarities, connected them to a standard phono plug and when this device is plugged into any open socket, on any piece of electronic equipment, audio or video, the improvement on the ability to perceive audio or visual information within the room containing the electronic equipment, has to be experienced to be appreciated.
Only one P.W.B. DigiPlus device is required for any one piece of electronic equipment. Any other unoccupied phono socket in any electronic equipment within the listening room, should have a standard P.W.B. treated phono plug inserted into the socket. The more items of audio equipment that are treated within the listening room, the greater will be the effect on the perception of music within the room.
The new P.W.B. DigiPlus device is identified by having a Green tie around the body of the phono plug.
The Recommended Retail price of the P.W.B. DigiPlus device is £45.00 + VAT.
The Recommended Retail price of the standard P.W.B. phono plug (identified by having a Black tie around the body of the phono plug) is £11.00 + VAT
Anyone wishing to examine the interior of the DigiPlus device will find treated White Hollow fibre material within the plug body. To replace the phono plug cap, remove the hollow fibre material and reinsert it through the hole in the plug cap after screwing the cap to the plug body. This prevents the fibre material becoming trapped within the screw thread.
It is now some years since we first introduced the standard P.W.B. treated phono plug. The problem created by all electrical sockets has recently been recognised in America, a country rapidly adapting a less rigid attitude to problems within audio equipment. American manufacturers are now introducing phono plug devices in an attempt to solve the 'phono socket' problem. To understand why such a device functions, it is necessary to look further than the narrow, dogmatic approach that has been previously adopted by the audio industry. It is necessary to explore how humans perceive sound and not how transducers create it.
Human beings are a product of their primitive evolutionary past and evolution progresses by adapting the past to create the present. A lot of primitive life forms adapted to occupy and defend a territorial space. In many cases, this developed into a need to occupy and defend a hole in the ground. Modern human beings contain, within their senses, remnants of an aversion to holes which have in their interior pulsing varying energy patterns - in particular electrical pulsing energy.
Recommended Reading "The Presence of the Past" by Rupert Sheldrake.
12th September, 1994
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