Fuses & Holders

Why a fuse is important... way beyond it's primary function?

You may have read about it before: fuses that are inside your equipment have a large impact on its overall qualities. Unfortunately, fuses are simply needed to ensure safe operation. They are deliberately built "weakest spots" that will open if excessive currents start to flow. These currents may cause far greater damage to your equipment if not stopped in the first place, but in the second place, they even may cause a fire in your home! Bottom line: fuses are simply needed, period. Your A/V system performs good at this moment, right? Otherwise, you wouldn't have bought these components... but did you know you can easily upgrade it a lot, with relatively small investments? Just replace internal fuse(s), starting with the main (primary) fuse. Fuses come in many different varieties and sizes, however, they share one thing: they are cheap, purposeful built parts. As long as they will open the circuit from a certain current on, within a certain time, they will do the job safely. Exactly what they have been designed for. If you would like to improve your equipment the easy way, this is the moment fuses specifically designed for A/V equipment should be used. Every possible property of a fuse impacts its quality: material and shape of the melting wire, material and thickness of the caps, use or absence of a filler material, total internal resistance and inductante and, last but not least, material treatment. The results of the efforts of various manufacturers are simply stunning. By just replacing one or more fuses in your A/V equipment, it can easily be upgraded one or more classes. Stop buying new equipment time after time... start upgrading your existing equipment instead! You can expect all properties of your A/V equipment to improve. Amplifiers will have a more tight bass response together with a less "gritty" sound and an overall improvement of timbre, while your television will have a sharper image with more natural colors. These are just two examples, ANY piece of A/V equipment will benefit from a better fuse.

Our application hint: always experiment with the direction of the fuse, because fuses are directional. The direction revealing most details will be the best!

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