Entreq Receivus absorbs energy such as RFI and
EMI noise when placed directly on electronics.
This results in a lower noise floor,
improving imaging and micro detail. They also increase dynamic range
creating a more emotional experience when listening to music.
Ground Cable must be purchased
separately for connection to an Entreq
Receivus with Eartha Grounding Cable Attached (Spade-to-Spade)
The Entreq Receivus is connected to the
Grounding box with an
Entreq Eartha Ground Cable
creating a virtual ground. Entreq
Grounding Boxes include the
Tellus, Silver Tellus, Minimus, and Silver Minimus.
cables have been designed to create an optimum ground path to
the Entreq Ground Boxes and are available in several levels of
performance. The Entreq Receivus requires an Entreq Eartha Cable with Spade-to-Spade connectors. One end with the spade attaches to the
Entreq Ground Box.
Standard length is 1.65 meters (5.4 feet), other lengths are
available by special order at additional cost.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
*Entreq Eartha Spade-to-Spade Grounding Cable not included.
To order Eartha
cables click here.
ďIf we think
about grounding as part of the system foundation and consider the
role it plays, then the performance of the Entreq Tellus, Minimus
and Eartha should come as no surprise. I consider them as
genuinely vital elements or tools in the process of achieving the
best possible performance from your system. Their sonic benefits
are obvious enough, but their real value lies in the ease they
bring to musical performances, the clarity they bring to the
message. Iíve yet to find a system or situation where they donít
work (although the great law of Sod says thereíll be one out there
somewhere), which makes them that most valuable of audio
components: the universal upgrade. In my experience, anybody
investing money in audio performance would be foolish to ignore