The Richard Gray’s Power Company Chosen For CBS Studio Center Listening Room

Richard Gray’s Power Company Chosen For CBS Studio Center Listening Room
For Immediate Release
21 July 1999

Studio City, California - At a press conference luncheon hosted at the historic CBS Studio Center by Audio Line Source, LLP of New Orleans, top industry journalist and product reviewers from key audio and home theater enthusiasts magazines gathered for a high level demonstration of Richard Gray’s Power Company, the name of a product from Audio Line Source, a partnership, who claims their product to be so powerful they’ve named it a company. The RGPC product was chosen to be included in one of the most prestigious high-end audio systems ever assembled aimed as an educating bridge between the audiophile community and professional recording producers and engineers. The Reference Playback Suite at CBS Studio Center, situated in the heart of the studio, is the brainchild of visionary, Producer Jeffrey Allen made possible in part by the ongoing technical support from audio design specialist, Gary Brashear of Sound Sensations Audio. The Reference Playback suite evolved as a result of a strong relationship between Jeffrey Allen and CBS Studio Center President, Michael L. Klausman.

The playback suite is fed by a massive power transformer, which provides ultra-clean power coming into the room. Ten Richard Gray’s Power Companys units have been installed to quench the reflected back emf noise generated by the components themselves. It is due to RGPC’s "electronic fly-wheel effect" that they supply a low impedance source of high current on demand to power all components in the system including the high-powered amplifiers.

To prove the company’s claim that Richard Gray’s Power Company indeed stores and releases instantaneous energy on demand. The journalists were shown "The Edison Test" described as follows: A 110-volt light bulb was attached to two 6-volt lantern batteries. Since the source of energy was not 110-volts the light bulb would not light. Incrementally one at a time, three Richard Gray’s Power Companys was then plugged in parallel to the circuit. A doorbell was set up to momentarily disconnect the batteries from the light bulb, and it was only then that the light bulb would flicker. This indicates that the core of the Richard Gray’s Power Company would store and release sufficient energy to overcome the resistance of the cold light bulb filament in order to light the light bulb. In order to demonstrate the effectiveness of linking additional RGPCs to a system, the second RGPC was added to the circuit causing the light bulb to flicker more brightly. Additionally, with three RGPCs in the circuit it flickered even more brightly. The demonstration was conducted on a simple DC circuit, as it is it is very difficult to assemble a digital oscilloscope and a sine wave generator. One only has to hear the empirical evidence of multiple RGPCs in the high-end audio system at CBS Center Listening room to fully appreciate what RGPC technology does in an AC circuit.

Richard Gray’s Power Company provides High Definition Television and Home Theater with more vibrant colors, better black level detail in all video formats for increased front-to-back dimensionality, and reduces video noise generated by line multipliers and related digital and analog components, and may be used with the largest amplifiers and powered subwoofers.

For Additional Information, contact: Dick McCarthy, Partner - Cell Phone at CES (504) 616-5766


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