Chord Company has announced a major new development of its proprietary ARAY noise-reduction technology with the introduction of its GroundARAY family of grounding devices. The GroundARAY is a next-generation high-frequency noise-reduction device that connects to unused sockets on A/V equipment providing a low-impedance route for HF noise to pass through, directly improving the noise floor of the ‘host’ product.
The GroundARAY is a cylindrical design made from precision CNC-machined thick-walled aluminum; the thick walls themselves stop the device from contributing HF noise.
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