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At Alan Maher Designs, we challenge ourselves to create the best product for the industry.  In many cases we bring technology to the forefront years before our competitors.  In-house we use acronyms like TDT, PLT, CEF, and PVT because at Alan Maher Designs we create technology! 


TDT: TriCell Deionization Technology

PLT: Power Lens Technology

CEF: Conductive Energy Field

PVT: Portable Virus-Free



In the audio world, audiophile grade fuses come in multiple flavors based on tweaking different dampening materials instead of science.  Our Harmony Fuse uses our CEF and PVT technology to produce a warm, rich and organic sounding Fuse that excels in acoustic detail and musical texture.  Harmony represents our 5th generation power conditioning Fuse.



Normally at this point in our write-up we would show fuse stats between our design and brand-X, but standard/audiophile fuses are not typically developed to reduce RFI/EMI noise.  The closest thing we can compare to is a RFI/EMI noise filter.  Corcom is a very popular and well respected filter manufacturer that is used in a variety of power conditioning, audio, video, computer, and medical applications.  Corcom models filter noise between 10KHz and 30MHz with a RFI/EMI suppression of -40dB and -60dB at max saturation peaks across a majority of its frequency range (no filter design can provide 100% of noise reduction across every frequency).  Our Fuse does things a little different; each applied CEF coating is designed to provide a significant reduction in RFI/EMI/EMR frequencies and to suppress low frequency electromagnetic fields.



CEF Radio Frequency / Electromagnetic Interference Suppression:


>10Hz-100KHz: 45dB

>100KHz to 1MHz: 45dB to 85dB

>1MHz to 18GHzGHz: 85dB

>18GHz to 50GHz: 85dB to 35dB



In the critical analog band frequencies, our proprietary method of noise filtering provides a solid 57dB of noise reduction at 2KHz (midrange for a piccolo) and similar values throughout not only the entire audible range but also for harmonics and high frequencies, thus allowing your gear to perform at its best.  In comparison, the Corcom filter would significantly roll-off below the filter range of 10KHz, so at best it may be able to provide half of our max noise spec of 57dB at 2KHz.   



Out-of-the-box our Harmony Fuse will require 60-80 hours for a complete break-in.  When CEF is applied to a circuit, all parts throughout the internal circuity will be conditioned to our noise specifications.  No other product can deliver this level of power conditioning.



How do fuses alter the sound of your system?



Standard fuses are very simple designs consisting of a pair of endcaps and a wire soldered in between.  Alan Maher Designs turns the standard fuse into a true, non-limiting power conditioner.  Our Harmony Fuse alters the sound of your component by using a combination of the Third Law of Thermodynamics and Ionization.  Our design attaches a negative ionic charge to the positive ionic energy field passing through the Fuse.  By regulating the temperature of the ionic field, we are able to produce a one-for-one ionic cancellation.  In electrical design, harmonics, radio frequency, and static noise are all combinations of a positive ionization field associated with electromagnetic radiation.  By cancelling the field, we can significantly lower EMR’s effect on the internal circuitry of your component.

Harmony Fuse

  • "Alan suggested I use a combination of Harmony and Fourier fuses for my gear.I replaced my HiFi Supreme Black fuses with these guys. Results after burn-in was a noticeably darker background, vocals were more natural/organic, more transparent, slightly warmer but clearer sounding like a veil got taken off. There was more inner details, layers and texture I could hear now from top to bottom. Instruments playing in the background were clearer. You are able to hear the difference right away … no I think I could hear the difference! Excellent upgrade!" -William Chow

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