Time of Day for best Sound

I've always felt my system sounded best at night, but the last couple months, it seems to me that my system is sounding better during the daytime even on a Saturday.

Has anyone belonging to the "My system sounds better certain times of the day" club noticed this change?

Not a big deal but I find it curious. And theres no need to debate the reality of the general idea, just wondering if someone else feels this has happened.


For the record I have been using a dedicated 20 Amp feed.


Because of electrostatic Mylar panels, the cold dry air is supreme. As for what time of day, doesn’t matter due to the fact that my amp runs off it’s own battery and power supply units. I use a passive PS Audio line conditioner for everything else. There is some additional noise, although it’s very slight, whenever the central air is on so I do turn that off before powering everything up. That ASR Emitter II Exclusive amplifier is the best purchase I’ve ever made. 

I am so glad that I have an engineered foundation/slab and that I live in a isolated area. Horse farms, cattle, coyotes and bobcats, cranes and heron’s in the park. 18 hole GC and only 10,000 pop. Yet I am 30 min drive from Big D or little D. Tons of audio deals within a 40 min drive. 

@tonydennison Yes, the ASR price tag is hard for many folks to justify even if they have the expendable income but believe me when I say that it does not disappoint. A battery powered generator may offer benefits. I’ve never tried one personally but I’ve read previous Audiogon posts on the subject and many have claimed improvements from even more modest priced generators. As far as the original question is concerned, today the neighbors were running the washing machine around noon and it did appear as if there was a slight degradation in sound. I would advise not playing a stereo under those kinds of conditions.