Solidly based on the principals of Madison Av. It is absolutely guaranteed not to interfere with the purity of sonic reproduction. I support this claim because it is clearly not related to the sonic path whatsoever! It's advanced manufacturing process ( how else could they be made for 3 cents each) and modern high tech (plastic) compound allow me to offer a 100% purchase price guarantee! (you only forfeit the $29.95 shipping and handling charge and are responsible for return postage) But wait! This week only, if you don't like it you don't even need to return it!
(For the international readers out there, Madison Av. is the center of the advertising business in New York. "Madison Av. Engineering" is the term used for purely invented technical claims.)
At least when we bought pet rocks, the care and feeding guide was well worth the cost. Who would have thought up how to train your pet rock to defend you! (throw it). Basic commands like "stay". Really, it was very well done. Either that, or we were all smoking the same thing. Hard to remember.
Next week, I will market my remote aura upgrade. Send me the $29.95 handling fee up front per outlet (every one in the house is required for full guarantee) and my telepathic powers will ensure your existing outlet plates do not interfere with the purity of sound of any esoteric only equipment plugged into a outlet covered with them.
This is right after I finish my roll-out breakthrough new product of dry nitrogen to replace the air in your speakers. "Consistent sound due to predictable thermal expansion of dessicated pure gas and reduced degradation of the motor and butal surround." It should be equally as effective in sonic improvements as using it is street tires is. Yea, I made a few friends in the tire business on that one. Got tossed off one forum. Some people don't like it when they have to admit they got snookered. I think the offended person actually bought a full cylinder from the local gas supplier. "Dry" Right. Ever watch a tire get mounted? See that big swab of soapy water they slop the rim and bead with?
Now everyone knows why a BS in Business is called a BS degree. Most of what they taught us was.... BS.
Serious comment on outlets. Here in the US, outlets are actually made in several quality levels. Jobber, Commercial, and Hospital. Hospital grade are certified against leakage currents for use where sensitive (read that poorly designed) medical equipment is plugged in. Jobber is the cheapest that will meet NEC, UL and CSA standards, where commercial is a bit beefier and has stronger tension on the blades when inserted. $1.29 vs $4.29 at the big orange store. I did have some outlets that were fatigued enough after 50 years that they were in danger of overheating with a heavy load. (Kitchen appliance) so I spent the extra for commercial grade when I replaced them. Probably a waste of money as I expect jobber grade will outlive me. But as an engineering type, I like overkill. I would be seriously concerned about putting an outlet inside a wall box that has rf or transient suppression components in it. These are usually sacrificial. You may notice surge suppressor strips always have a circuit breaker or fuse in them. This is because MOV's SHORT. Not what I want in my walls.