Clean power and it's affect on sound quality

Been reading quite a bit about how clean power can affect sound quality by segregating the system from the dirty grid with power conditioners, high-end power cables, isolators, and even off-grid battery-powered systems.

I've noticed some changes in sound quality with regards to better power supply, especially with regards to the older house I was in vs. the newly built house I'm in now. The older home had a warmer tone due to 50 years of copper wiring being burned in. My new house is brighter because the copper wiring hasn't been burned in yet.

But one thing I also noticed is that when I recently changed the batteries in my remote controls from your typical Duracell batteries to the solar-rechargeable batteries I use now. The sound quality really improved. Dynamics were improved across the board, tonality was warmer...more golden, like a sunset vs. mid-day bright. The soundstage opened up as well with more airiness and clarity to the instrumentation regardless of my media source. I highly recommend using solar-rechargeable batteries for your remotes vs the standard OEC batteries that came with the remote. I think you'll notice a vast improvement in sound quality - being cleaner and warmer. 


This thread got me thinking about a post retirement gig-

audiophool approved Romex-

burned in/cry'ed spools, proudly labeled- "Assembled in USA, MIC sourced"

Tour the audio show circuit with bikini models handing out swatches  of 10/3?

PM, if onboard with cash-please.

Thanks fot this mircodose of pontification. Listening to “Here comes the sun”  while in the downward dog pose while trying not to pass gas will also explode your sound stage. 

Sad thing is there are boobs out there that might be looking at the aftermarket for possible snake oil remote control upgrades ! And maybe a few changing out their breaker boxes for older fuse panels. Finally It’s not looking for burned in but rather you’ve got to be ‘burned out’ 😎  

Is it remotely possible that the room acoustics in your old house were different than those in your new one?

Naaahhh. Must be the romex.