Entreq Olympus Tellus Grounding Box
Ultimate ground box, 7 ground posts with 1 totally independent outlet 48Kg
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The Olympus groundboxes are different from Tellus /Silver Tellus in many ways.
When we developed the “Supercharger line” Atlantis we found many interesting details. Unfortunately we could not simply implement these ideas directly into the Silver Tellus without fundamentally changing the architecture of the product.
With the Olympus line we were totally free to implement all of our combined knowledge, using no fixed parameters to re-design from the ground up.
So in the Olympus Tellus we have seven grounding posts and employ an all new mineral-mix. As well as a reduction of the quantity in some metal particulates. There is also the inclusion of some all new metals, one of which is Magnesium.
This together with six all new solid Silver binding posts, instead of our normal solid Copper posts, gave us an even better noice reduction. In the Olympus Tellus we have also employed one special solid Copper binding post that is completely isolated from the other six Silver grounding posts. This can be used for connecting a specific new mains Eatha cable. This can give a direct connection to the protective ground found in your mains sockets. This reduce's the noise floor significantly! It can of course also be used for other purposes.
The Olympus Tellus offers the same overall sonic signature as the Olympus MinimUs. Deep and massive low frequencies while still retaining the air and texture in the wider spectrum. The separate outlet, allowing direct connection to a wall socket, ( the protective ground) will give you a whole new experience. Connection to the protective ground gives an even darker background and will let you explore more subtle nuance and details within the music.
To be honest when we introduced Tellus 2010, we could never have dreamt that we could take grounding so far. We are just delighted that we have been able to produce something as good as the Olympus Tellus.
Weight 46 Kg W 40cm - H 20cm - D 50cm