aren't you also slightly disappointed from time to time? You are really looking forward to your carefully selected audio equipment. With a pounding heart you insert a CD, that CD that you would choose to take on a desert island with you. Then you get that overwhelming feeling that soundwise, there has got to be more than this...
Light scatter is often to blame for poor sound potential. Light scatter moves randomly through CDs and audibly deteriorates reproduction. Using black or green felt tips on the edge of a CD could never solve the problem satisfactorily. Just a few years ago a series of experiments came up with a remarkably effective process: the outer edge of the CD was ground or bevelled to nullify the light scatter. The blackening of the bevel absorbs the remainder of the straying laser light.
Audiodesksysteme Gläss has developed the CD Sound Improver based on this ground-breaking research. In just a few minutes it optimises the sound characteristics of your CDs permanently and above all, noticeably.
The specialist press and several thousand customers around the globe can no longer do without the effects of this tuning. The Sound Improver has been enthusiastically used particularly in the US and Japan. I would like to explain the principal by which it functions in this magazine.