ADD-Powr Sorcer X4: AC Harmonic Resonator

The Sorcer X4 AC Harmonic Resonator has become the flagship device in the portfolio of the American company ADD-Powr. It is designed to enhance the sound of high quality audio kits.

All ADD-Powr products are based on the technology of the same name. By the definition of the company itself, ADD-Powr is a power determined by a digital algorithm, and the operation of the devices is based on the Fourier transform, resonance principles and class A amplifiers.

The developers emphasized that electronic harmonic resonators should not be confused with AC conditioners. They generate and distribute information about a low frequency signal to influence harmonic changes in audio signals.

ADD-Powr Sorcer X4

As described, in the Sorcer X4 circuit, the amplifier interacts with the secondary winding of the AC power transformer to inject a small signal of varying amplitude into the primary winding. In addition, a weak low frequency field propagates through the spiral antenna system.

As a result, as stated on the company’s website, “the Fourier harmonics contained in the signal resonate with the audio signals in the Hi-Fi system, and a complex wave” disturbance “moves along the AC line”.

As a result of all these transformations, according to ADD-Powr, the signal-to-noise ratio improves by 1.5-2 dB. The flagship Sorcer X4 itself is a black metal box with ventilation slots in the top wall. The rear panel contains a power cable connector and an LED.

The ADD-POWR Sorcer X4 was priced at $4,000 in the US.

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