Condition signal from within.
Our new ACTIVE Tranquility PODs condition signal while it’s still in your system, just like full-sized Tranquility Bases but in a smaller and more flexible platform. And Tranquility PODs are based on the same ACTIVE EM Cell technology that powers our PowerCell line conditioners. But instead of conditioning AC electromagnetic fields, Tranquility PODs interact with the EM fields inside your components for more of what everyone loves about PowerCell line conditioners. To use, place a single Tranquility POD under or on top of each component you wish to affect and let the Tranquility POD’s internal Electromagnetic Cell and Ground Plane technology interact with your component’s EM fields for a dramatic improvement in musical performance. Subjectively this translates into increased dynamic headroom with a lower noise-floor, so you experience a true-to-life soundstage, improved bass extension and control, and cleaner and more extended high frequencies, all without a hint of glare or brightness. Even if you have made a significant investment in racks and isolation, or you can’t fit large platforms in your home, or perhaps you want a dramatic system upgrade, Tranquility PODs will deliver, guaranteed. So contact your SR dealer and find out just how amazing your system can sound. *Available for in-home audition risk-free through participating Synergistic Research dealers and distributors.
At the source.
Tranquility POD is a field generator hand-built in our California factory consisting of an Active EM Cell with UEF Tech and Graphene. It works by conditioning signal through inductive coupling when the POD is placed under or on top of audio components to cancel distortion and this translates into clearer sound with a lower perceived noise floor. Tranquility PODs also include a Ground Plane to reduce ground noise revealing information and spacial cues you’ve been missing. Simply place Tranquility PODs on top of or beneath the components you wish to transform. During your in-home audition period you may want to experiment with different placements on top of or beneath a component and listen for the option that takes your system to the next level.