A lot more music for not a lot of money?

Spending time at home at the moment? Bring realism, presence and energy to your music system – in low-cost steps.

You’ve already bought the components, now reveal just how good they can be. Don’t upgrade boxes – remove pollution.

Draining vibration and electrical noise

More life, presence and realism – a set of Apex couplers under CD player, preamp or power supply will astonish you.

“The two sets of Zenith couplers have already taken my listening to a new level, exceeding my expectation. The improvement was immediate and obvious, and grows with each listening. Truly amazing !” – a delighted customer.

Try before you buy – borrow some sets for your own system.

Audiophiles know they must ban vibration – microphony. These “volcano” supports – re-named Apex – kill it dead, draining it into their internal labyrinths. Read more.

Normal box-upgrading will not– cannot – recover lost information.

Digital sources – another upgrade for modest cost but big gains is to change the Ethernet cables – DATA cables.

“We specialise in holistic advice at the deep level – system, mains, room.” Jeremy

Borrow the tools and discover the magic in your own system 

Read the Mains/Cables/Supports sections for your best, most cost-effective upgrades ever. This comprehensive review from hifi+  encapsulates our approach to improving system performance. The highlighted summary at the end of the review is thought-provoking.



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