More info about LessLoss internal Firewall 640x... The internal electrical path of the new Firewall 640x module consists of three separate paths, one for Live line, one for Neutral, and one for Ground. Each of these separate paths is made up of two large conductive Entropic Process derived copper bars of 10mm^2 each. This means that each electrical path sees a conductive total cross section of 20mm^2 (yes, that reads twenty mm^2) of pure copper. Due to the Entropic Process carried out, this special copper is highly directional in nature, purpose made for each polarity. The entire module is potted with 100% clear slow-curing epoxy resin which hardens over a period of 48 hours to become rock-solid. See image of the internal module below.

The rods are so situated that both the Live and Neutral connections are made directly to the internal ends of the over-engineered pins of the IEC C14 inlet. These pins are solid copper and plated directly with gold.

The module itself is directly glued over its entire bottom surface to the oakwood housing of the Plug-and-Play unit for rock-solid adherence and maximal micro-vibration absorption. The use of 100% clear epoxy resin guarantees zero coloration as the surrounding electromagnetic field permeates the epoxy housing the conductive rods. Thus, the Firewall elements themselves, created under precise control by additive advanced 3D laser sintering technology, are the only element in this design to condition the power. Also visible in the photo above are translucent inserts at both ends of the Firewall elements. These special inserts have glass-similar dielectric properties and are precision formed by advanced laser 3D printing technology to guarantee precise alignment. At the same time, the interaction of electric and magnetic interaction of copper and Firewall element is controlled to very tight tolerances. The electro-magnetic field structuring that the Firewall carries out thus gains the very best conditions to works its "magic."

How does the Firewall work?

We try our hardest to understand this, but in truth, countless experiments and listening tests lead our way. The structure and materials of the Firewall element create asymmetric conditions for interaction with what would otherwise be a counter-spiral flow of electrical energy around a cylindrical conductor. Although we do not have the answers today, nor the technical expertise nor scientific equipment to perfectly systemize, categorize, and publish authoritative proofs, it is evident that, for some reason, this effective conditioning of power does carry over to charged batteries and capacitors, leading us without doubt to be cognizant of some form of 'memory' that electrical flow possesses and maintains. This has long been hinted at through the mysterious and numerous evidential examples of so-called 'burn-in' and its strange associated phenomena. Cryogenic treatment also must play a role. It is interesting to note in this context that mainstream science is now getting somewhat of a grasp of this memory effect that subatomic particles portray. Our collective experience as audiophiles shows us that this is undeniable, and now, recent discoveries and experiments in physics seem to be at least hot on its tail. 

  • Plug-and-Play Firewall 640x: 654 USD
  • Plug-and-Play C-MARC™ Firewall 640x: 1272 USD