CUSTOMER FEEDBACK ON OUR MEGAMOUNTS & MEGAFEET
I just felt compelled to tell you how pleased I am with the results of purchasing your MegaMounts. I have been a long time customer of your cds and your speaker wires. We spoke recently about updating from my DENON 3910 player to possibly the modded Cyrus that you offer. You were never pushy about me buying your cd player and you offered some great advice possibly about using my existing DENON as a transport and purchasing the modded Cyrus DAC. This got me thinking maybe I need to make sure my source is as good as it can be. I decided to purchase a set of Megamounts for my DENON 3910 and change out my aftermarket power cord for your Clearview DH MK2 w/plus power cord (this is the same cord that you offer and recommend for your modded Cyrus).
I decided to do a test to see how much difference these massive MegaMounts (and I mean massive) would be against my top of the line Herbie Isocups. Well, there was no contest!! Serious audiophiles need to hear these MegaMounts. It is hard to describe, but everything is so much better all across the board -- from incredible microdynamics, tigher refined bass, vocals much more in focus, etc, etc. To say that i am happy is an understatement!! Even the DENON 3910 player's drawer is more solid and quieter, before it sounded slightly noisy and flimsy I thought it was because the drawer is made out of plastic. Now I am wondering about what improvements a set of MegaMounts will have on my Audiosector Patek amp. Sometime next week I will install the new MK2 power cord. I didn't want to change too many things at once...
If I run into some serious disposable cash I will probably spring for the Cyrus DAC. Quite honestly, I am very very happy with the profound improvements that the Megamounts have provided me. I haven't listened for months well into the night as I have been doing since the Megamounts have arrived. This is a testament to your great product. I can just turn on my system and be transported somewhere else, and isn't that what audio systems are supposed to do? - Peter C.