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SHAKTI's ground zero technology increases the resolution of audio and video systems!
SHAKTI Noise Reduction Technology (NRT) absorbs and dissipates Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). Automotive Computers (ECUs) and audio/video components self generate a radiated EMI field that degrades signal transfer functions. The word SHAKTI means "energy." Through an energy conversion, inductive coupling process, the "antenna-like" circuits within SHAKTI attract and then resistively convert EMI to non-interfering heat. This increases horsepower and speeds up 0 to 60 times in automotive engines and improves resolution in high definition audio/video systems. No electrical connection is required because all interactions take place through radiated field mutual coupling. One need only place SHAKTI units in near proximity to the CPU or audio component to obtain discernible performance improvements.Validation of SHAKTI's benefits comes from a variety of objective tests in both the automotive and audio worlds. Evaluation, using Dyno Jet Research automotive dynamometers have measured increases of approximately three horsepower at the rear wheels of a variety of cars. The horsepower gain is a direct result of SHAKTI’s attenuation of EMI in the ECU. This allows the complex network to more accurately perform the analysis modern car computers are called on to do to optimize engine ignition timing and electronic fuel injection. In addition even more sophisticated tests have been run on the state of the art $100,000 Mustang Dyno. When one On-Line was placed on each of the 8 individual coils of a Chevy Tahoe, it showed a remarkable improvement of almost four tenths of a second in its 0 to 60 time. Changes of this magnitude usually cost several thousand dollars in engine modifications, not the $400 cost for 8 On-Lines. This parallels resolution improvements in analog and digital audio components when SHAKTI units are placed near power supplies, DAC chips, capacitors and system wiring. Traditional EMI tests were conducted at Compatible Labs in Agoura, California, which verified SHAKTI's absorption of radiated noise fields. The worldwide use of SHAKTI in consumer and professional applications such as Abby Road Studio and Pink Floyd's Astoria Studio, is further testament to its benefits. Patent # 5,814,761
SHAKTI On-Lines use a specially engineered circuit adapted from the larger SHAKTI Stabilizer. The On-Lines provide efficient EMI reduction in situations where limited space is a consideration. Placed near automotive CPU’s, the On-Lines have demonstrated the same horsepower improvements as the Stabilizer. In some applications even closer proximity to chips is realized. In audio systems the On-Lines are typically used on all system cables (interconnects, speaker wire, AC cords and video cables). Placement is near the approximate center and/or connection points. In addition many users who build or modify their own equipment are placing On-Lines on or near critical internal circuit parts such as DAC chips, capacitors and internal wiring. Placement in all situations is facilitated by self-adhering Velcro circles that are placed on the cable or component to be treated. The On-Lines have matching Velcro on them that allows easy attachment or removal. 3" L x 5/8" W x 3/8" H