Rd-3 disc demagnetizer

vbimport

#1

http://www.musicdirect.com/product/72947

Better Sounding CDs At The Push Of A Button!

Improve the sound of every disc you play at the push of a button. Place your disc on the spindle of the Acoustic Revive RD-3, push the button, and wait until the light goes off. Flip the disk, repeat the process and prepare yourself for a huge surprise! The RD-3 removes residual magnetism from any disc (NOTE: The RD-3 does not spin, as spinning the disc creates even more of a static charge). You’ll hear better tonality, a wider, taller and deeper soundstage and more air between instruments. This is no subtle tweak!

Attention CD recorders: The RD-3even improves the sound of any CD-R if treated before (and after) recording! This is a killer audiophile tweak, one which has blown away every customer who has tried this demagnetizer!

Also just as effective on DVDs (audio or video) or SACDs… any 5’ disc!

no comment :eek::doh::doh::doh::doh: :rolleyes:


#2

I’m already using a green marker pen on the edges of my CDs, freezing the CDs before playing them, using 400 mm^2 99.99999999999999999% pure silver for the power cable to my amplifier, and using an Earth-Ray cleaner.

I guess if they say the demagnitizer will improve the sound, there’s every reason to believe them.

:disagree:


#3

I know a guy who has an SACD player mounted in a concrete brick. He says it allows for a more accurate pickup of the data. It is amazing what people will buy. I wonder if this is the same company that has the DVD auto rewinder?


#4

I haven’t rewound most of my DVDs and I’m not looking forward to doing it. Will the DVD Auto Rewinder do this for me easily and quickly?

I won’t pay more than €1000 for it…unless it’s shiny. :stuck_out_tongue:


#5

As far as I’m aware CDs use gold or silver neither of which exhibit any magnetic properties other than in extreme circumstances.

By way of interest though.

Scientists have recently managed to create magnetic particles of gold, silver and copper but only at nanometric scale and only by way of an intermediate process that involves surrounding the normally non-magnetic atoms with organic molecules.

They do remain permanently magnetic though at the end of the process, even at room temperature.

The particles are only 2nm across so you’d need a fair few of them to make a magnetic CD. :slight_smile:

[B]Wombler[/B]


#6

If you would just put them in the micorwave for five minutes on high they will play fine as long as you water them before you put them in your cd player


#7

The plastic does hold a static charge, I have felt that. That’s why they get dusty. It would/is instantly be discharged/grounded when it touches the spindle though.


#8

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#9

Demagnetizing optics?
Demagnetizing light?
Do no, I repeat, DO NOT open this app. anywhere NEAR the Aurora Borealis.
I’d hate to see a natural wonder of the earth wiped out by a rogue app.!


#10

Just wear your aluminium foil hat before playing or recording & they will sound perfect.
Just try it & please take a self photo while doing this.


#11

I call your disc demagnetizer and raise you a whole lot more junk…

http://www.machinadynamica.com/machina5.htm


#12

I call your disc demagnetizer and raise you a whole lot more junk…

http://www.machinadynamica.com/machina5.htm

This one: http://www.machinadynamica.com/machina44.htm actually looks like an electrical safety hazard. If you plugged a wall-wart or one of those room deodorizers into an outlet with a plate that thick it wouldn’t get a good connection, arc and burn the place down. But well worth it for the

remarkable degree of focus, fullness, detail and presence.


#13

[QUOTE=olyteddy;2418736]This one: http://www.machinadynamica.com/machina44.htm actually looks like an electrical safety hazard. If you plugged a wall-wart or one of those room deodorizers into an outlet with a plate that thick it wouldn’t get a good connection, arc and burn the place down…[/QUOTE]
We use the ceramic outlet covers, not for the improved audio, and I had to reset the depth on the receptacles…
Not that big of a deal…


#14

Yo-

Last time I saw good chit like this was at Fry’s in Santa Clara-eh!!


#15

[QUOTE=olyteddy;2418736]This one: http://www.machinadynamica.com/machina44.htm actually looks like an electrical safety hazard. If you plugged a wall-wart or one of those room deodorizers into an outlet with a plate that thick it wouldn’t get a good connection, arc and burn the place down. But well worth it for the
…[/QUOTE]

I thought I made decent money installing electrical, but @ $30 a pop,
I need to be selling the stuff, not installing it!