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Mapleshade Ionoclast

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Anyone still use this thing? I'm not so much interested in whether or not it works but how long it lasts. I heard it's only good for about a year or so.

Tom
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Originally Posted by zotjen
Anyone still use this thing? I'm not so much interested in whether or not it works but how long it lasts. I heard it's only good for about a year or so.
Tom
I have one that is almost 2 years old and still works. I am now using the new Bedini Quadri Beam Clarifier however.
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DA,

I'm also using the Ionoclast. Well actually I spin the disk first on the original hand-held Bedini and then Ionoclast. I feel it makes a difference or I wouldn't waste my time.

The place I notice the biggest difference is with DVDs on my Rear Projection Television. The picture is smoother and you notice much less "Scan Lines".

Can you provide some of the differences between the Bedini Quadri and the Ionoclast?

Thanks,

Rob
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DA,

I'm also using the Ionoclast. Well actually I spin the disk first on the original hand-held Bedini and then Ionoclast. I feel it makes a difference or I wouldn't waste my time.

The place I notice the biggest difference is with DVDs on my Rear Projection Television. The picture is smoother and you notice much less "Scan Lines".

Can you provide some of the differences between the Bedini Quadri and the Ionoclast?

Thanks,

Rob
Well they really use different process, I don't own many DVDs and have never really tried one on the Bedini.

The Iconoclast weakness is that it is applied in a non uniform pattern by hand. The new 4 magnet Bedini spins much faster that old dual magnet and applies tweak in a controlled uniform pattern timed process giving consistent results. Nothing huge in sound improvement by itself, but CD surface polish + Bedini + Herbies Mat starts to make very noticeable improvement.
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