Steinmusic : Black Magic ? Voodo? Or Deep Science?
The fact is I really do not know or care . What I do know is that Stein Harmonizers and Magic Stones ( Steinmusic) are something no self respecting audiophile can live without! Imagine :For $2100.00-$3999.00 you get a SPECTACULAR improvement in the you are there quality of any high end audio sytem.Here is what they are and how to get them!
What do they do?
Placed strategically around any listening room the Steinmusic system dramatically improves detail, warmth and sound stage to an extent that frankly seems impossible!
As Wayne Donnelly puts it:
“The Steinmusic effects restored much of the acoustic warmth and harmonic richness that was lacking in the untreated room. But even more dramatic was the striking increases in the intelligibility of vocals. I have probably listened more than 100 times to Patricia Barber's wonderful Modern Cool, on both SACD and vinyl. One of the things I love about this great artist is her impeccable diction; one can generally understand her lyrics without need for reading the texts – except for moments here and there where her Quintet is wailing and things gets complicated. But I found that the Steinmusic rig made even those more-difficult-to-follow sections much clearer and easier to comprehend fully. I found that increased intelligibility with singers ranging from Bruce Springsteen to Emmylou Harris to Renée Fleming to Thomas Hampson, with all those disparate artists suddenly easier to comprehend than ever before,” SA Equipment( part of Enjoy The Music) ,April 2011
How do they do it?
“The PDF Steinmusic manual for the Harmonizers describes their function as "elongating the air molecules" – i.e. "charging" the air in the listening room in a manner that facilitates the transmission of musical energy through the room. It seems to be suggesting that this charging of the air molecules means that when the speaker output enters the listening room space it does not have to overcome the inertia of uncharged/un-elongated air in the room.” SA Equipment ,April 2011
What are they? What do you do with them?