BSG Technologies QOL Signal Completion Stage
OMG. It’s 4pm on Sunday, the show is over, and I have three rooms left to cover. Dash to door number one. It’s already locked. Next to door number two. It’s locked as well. Is this going to be the worst episode of Let’s Make A Deal ever known to man or audiophile, I wonder, or will I find the pot of gold behind door number three?
Well, kind of. The door opens, there are boxes everywhere, and Larry Alan Kay, former co-founder of Fithe audiophile magazine that ran all those recipes for audiophiles who like to drink and chomp while they listenis packing up the BSG Technologies QOL Signal Completion Stage.
Oh no, says I. The Bay Area Audiophile Society asked me to host a demo of this unit when it first came out, but I was headed out of town, and missed hearing what it does. How is it possible that I’m now this close, yet so far away?
To make matters worse, Kay teased me with a brief description of the unit. “The BSG extracts and recovers information regarding natural phase that was previously buried in all signals going back to Edison’s time,” he said. “It’s information that cannot be produced by any other means, and it improves sound.”
I was just about to change the channel to Wheel of Misfortune and slink out the door, head hanging low, when I learned the good news. John Atkinson has one of these units, and intends to review it in Stereophile. Hence, even as this show report starts to come to a close, it points to the future, and to discoveries yet to come.