selected the one AC DIY part that consistently sells well and is
something we will continue sell as a DIY part as time goes on.
hundreds sold worldwide. And we use this part as you see it in all of our AC power conditioners as you see it.
The JENA improved - Hubbell Duplex has been updated by us, and now comes with
60Hz Anti-Vibration treatment as our stock part.
As pictured below of the VB2 is
visible on the back side of the duplex.
We employ as always, Liquid Nitrogen At -320.40 F. below 00 F. For our full immersion technology.
Immersion means immersion with us.
Q. How do we know we actually reach the rated cold temperature?
easy, held at a time duration of at least two days immersed in the
liquid that boils off at – 320.40 below zero...
... that is the warmest it
can get and still qualify as immersion.
We do not do LN2 gas circulation, which is not immersion, nor do we consider that to be proper cryogenics.
Hubbell -JENA #1 AC Duplex.
Hubbell -JENA #1 AC Duplex Price is $60.00 each Plus $7.00 Notice...
Shipping price does not go up if more than 1 is purchased
Quantity selectable at PayPal location.
Special note: This by far is the most popular of all of our DIY
Ultra high conductivity copper alloy.
Liquid Nitrogen Deep Immersion Cryogenic treated.
Special 20 Amp ultra high conductivity copper alloy, not stocked at
Hubble distributors. Black Only.
( Here is an independent "mini review" from just one of our
customers... this is not an unusual response. )
from an e-mail:
I just finished comparing your outlets to the much-hyped Oyaide R-1.
It’s the first time I’ve really been able to compare them at
length—and, through headphones, I was really able to hear the
Long story short, the Oyaide is initially more impressive, possessing a
seeming sparkle in the treble that yours doesn’t. It also seems faster
at first blush. But after a few swaps, it became clear that the Oyaide
was pushing the treble forward, thus the perception of increased detail
and sparkle. Everything I heard through the Oyaide I easily heard
through yours, but the tonal balance of yours was less forward in the
mids and treble. Neither outlet was irritating or harsh, but yours just
seemed more natural, with the different parts of the frequency spectrum
more in harmony with one another. In a word, more coherent.
These weren’t big differences, but they were audible. The comparison
was very instructive. Anyway, thought you’d like to know. Have a great
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