ifi LAN iSilencer

I discovered this Ethernet signal purifier for network audio streamers, just by chance, while surfing the internet.  I have an extremely highly resolving hifi system.  After reading all the positive customer comments and reviews, I said to myself, what the heck, only 89 bucks, let's go for it.  After receiving the ifi, as recommended, I plugged it into my audio switch, then plugged one end of the ethernet cable into it, and plugged the other end of that ethernet cable into my DAC/Streamer.  Now, I already have a variety of audio tweaks throughout my system, including my speakers.  But when I added the ifi, the background got even deeper, darker and blacker.  It was absolutely amazing!!!  This little gizmo worked exactly as advertised!!!  Highly recommended.         


I need to add; the iFi website does say the case is shielded. I need to ask them if it meets CAT7 specs.



see my post above.  It’s a low rent surge protector.

specifially an LAN galvanic isolator.  There about $13 on Amazon.

My wife (and all doctors that hook up patients to anything computerized) use them to prevent patient shock in the event of a major catastrophic event.

No clue how that would affect, if at all, music, other than as insurance against a rare surge.

Purchased the Ifi LAN iSilencer after multiple positive reviews on diverse audiophile forums. Installed it between my router and first network switch. This device really works! Expanded soundstage, better imaging, less mid/high frequency harshness and increase in bass resolution. Sounded great immediately after plugging it on my router.

Also tried it directly at the input of my streamer with same results. I have placed a second order for an additional unit.



I recently bought an IFI Lan  silencer to place between my Lan cable and Bluesound Node.  I would not say it’s a huge night and day difference but it seemed to sound a little louder and a little more detailed, almost like if you were at a concert and moved up a couple of rows closer to the stage.

@lalitk  Here's a list of the tweaks that I have in my network chain and throughout my system:  3x iFi LAN iSilencers, 3x Puron AC Line Conditioners, Bybee Technologies Crystal Series Speaker Bullets, Upgraded Audioquest Wall Outlet, and various Vibrapod cones and discs under all my components, including my Pakedge Switch.  All the above listed tweaks work together to produce a wonderful improvement in SQ in my audio system.  Happy listening.