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I have bought the last of the $3995.00 Stereophile Class A rated Signal Completion stages from BSG.
are new sealed units that originally sold for $3995.00. They went
direct about 18 months ago and dropped the price to $2395.00 directly
from the factory. They will come with a one year Underwood parts and labor warranty.
These are multi-voltage and will work worldwide. International sales are paid by bank funds wire transfer or PayPal.
They are available in silver only as they never made them in black
I have only 3 left for $999.00. Save $3000.00
Free freight in the lower 48 states.
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This product is currently Class A rated in Stereophile and also received excellent reviews in The Absolute Sound as well as many other publications. All at its $3995.00 retail price.
From the bsg website:
The bsg technologies qøl™ Signal Completion Stage is a new
technology and an entirely new category of component. It is an addition to
existing systems, not a replacement of any equipment. It is built to the
highest standards of audiophiles and music lovers, with features that make it
versatile and compatible with all components, cables and systems. A huge step
toward realism, naturalism and enjoyment, our patent-pending qøl™ technology is
the most significant advance in audio in decades. For the first time,
fundamental elements of sound, previously hidden and buried in all audio
signals, can now be retrieved and reproduced.
There are lots of reviews at: https://www.bsgt.com/who-we-are/reviews-and-press/
Robert Harley from TAS said:
"I realize that the BSG Technologies Signal Completion Stage will be
controversial, and that I’m going out on a limb with my enthusiasm for
it. Frankly, it seems too good to be true. But try as I might to
discover something about the sound that was antithetical to high-end
values, I couldn’t." "Only a few people so far have heard the Signal Completion Stage in their
own systems, but I’ve had conversations and e-mail exchanges with one
of them, a 40-year industry veteran, whose reaction was identical to
mine right down the line, from the initial skepticism, to our specific
listening impressions, to the desire to keep the Signal Completion Stage
in our respective systems."
Read the full review at: http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/bsg-technologies-qol-signal-completion-stage-tas-220-1/
Stereophile summed with:
"I liked what it did to every recording I
played through it. So much of the live event doesn't make it through to a
two-channel recording, and the Signal Completion Stage usefully
increased stereo's sense of envelopment. The answer to the fundamental
question a reviewer must ask—"Does the product make the sound
better?"—is an unequivocal "Yes."
Read the entire review at
"As it stands now, my smaller rig is a
beneficiary of all the sonic improvements the qøl
has to offer. It’s true, I think that $4,000 is a
lot to ask for any component that ultimately
qualifies as a tweak — especially without the
opportunity of hearing it. But once you do hear it,
you might find yourself surprised that this
particular “tweak” is an actually necessity! Highly
Read the review at: http://www.stereotimes.com/acc081312.shtml
Soundstage summed with:
"BSG’s qøl processing is not available from any other component in
your system. If you upgrade from a $1000 amp to a $20,000 amp, you still
won’t get the expanded and enhanced sound you get from the qøl. If you
want this sound, there’s only one place to get it, and that’s from the
qøl Signal Completion Stage. I would probably be wildly enthusiastic
about the qøl processor if it were a much simpler, $1000 product without
a thick aluminum faceplate, a remote control, and multiple inputs and
outputs. At $3995, it had damn well better be able to deliver something
special you can’t get elsewhere, and it does. But I can’t rave about it
when it costs $3995. It is now $999.00 from us.
That said, what the qøl does is very difficult to give up once you’ve
heard it. I’ve never heard anything that does what the qøl Signal
Completion Stage does at any price. Some will consider $3995 a bargain
-- they might upgrade from $15,000 speakers to $50,000 speakers and
still not hear the things the qøl does. But for many, the price of
admission is high enough to put the qøl out of reach. That’s a shame,
and something that might change in the future. BSG Technologies reps
told me that they’d like to license the qøl technology to other
manufacturers to incorporate in preamps, or even in multichannel audio
products. Bring it on! Qøl processing is so good that it deserves to be
in everyone’s system."
The owners manual can be read here: https://www.bsgt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/q%C3%B8l%E2%84%A2_owners_manual2012_oct.pdf
See all info on the website at: https://www.bsgt.com/
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