Originally Posted by Currawong /img/forum/go_quote.gif
If Ted says the stuff inside the HOT absorbs EM and RF, we either take him at his word, or not. I just asked to try one out of curiosity because I'd never tried any of his products before.
Rather than question this fellow's word, a better question might be, that regardless of whether the HOT absorbs EM and RF or not, is it's presence audible?
IIRC he also made transducers that convert RF etc. into heat to attach to the main board of amps.
Yes. I think the more general question of how these things affects audio components is a good one. One thing I've pondered for a very long time is, if one put a Faraday cage around one's place of abode (assuming it was in the middle of a large city) and blocked all RF, would one's audio system sound quality improve or not. That is going a bit off-topic though.
The upshot of it is, the HOT needs a better explanation of how it works, or how Ted developed it.