This one will blow your mind - Power conditioning right at your equipment! Combing the elements of quantum level noise absorption with the ambient temperature near-superconductivity techniques of the vaunted IQSE V2 from Jack Bybee, you can create a superb power conditioner. Using this technique to treat all three AC wires (Load, Neutral, Ground) without introducing the slightest bit of current limiting, you create a firewall for all modes of noise without any current limiting. Placing that power conditioner directly behind your component's AC connector, you have the Bella Sound Kaula 1 AC cord.
The limitation of traditional power conditioners, no matter how good they are, is that the noise you spent so much money to eliminate is picked up again by the power cords feeding your components. The limitation of traditional power cords, no matter how well shielded they are, is that shielding does not defend your equipment from common mode noise. If only a truly effective power conditioner were placed immediately behind the AC connectors of your equipment, noise would have no access into the audio components. Now, Bella Sound has made that dream a reality.
What is the Kaula 1 power cord from Bella Sound? It's a world class power conditioner a la physicist Jack Bybee, a high quality double shielded 12 gauge cable with WattGate rhodium IEC and NEMA 5-15 connectors, 2 meters in length. The entire assembly goes through 200 hours of break-in. That lets you spend the 14 day audition period auditioning - not breaking in. You will hear the incredible difference from the first note.
What you will hear is remarkably stable imaging, deep and expansive sound staging, high frequency purity, authoritative attack, all the things you expect from the very finest power conditioner and more, without the slightest hint of timbre coloration or throttled slam. Whatever your existing power conditioning is providing, the Kaula 1 will take it to the next level. The developer of this unique product is Mike Vice, a physicist and electrical engineer from UC Berkeley and Stanford, a retired senior scientist at a major chip company, a holder of 40 US patents, many related to the reduction of noise in electrical circuits, and a lifetime audiophile.