Music Rail In. Noise Out!

Welcome to Bybee Labs, Inc. 

Purifying Sound & Picture with new technology

 "These things (Music Rails™) are stupid good. I have no idea how they work, but because they work so well, I actually don't even care!
wow! Wow! and WOW!"

Ted Lindblad III, Thor Audio -- High End Audio

 Bybee MUSIC RAIL™

"With the Music Rails in circuit, the music opens up further, free of restraint. There is greater detail, clarity SLAM, improved dynamics -- the result is very impressive! Audiocom will be rolling out several upgraded products in the coming months which will utilize this new technology. We will also be including the Music Rail modules in aftermarket modification for a wide range of audio & video related products. We are getting great results with the Music Rails implemented in Sonos ZP90. We would like to roll this on to several customers."

Mark Bartlett, Audiocom International, Ltd.
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What The Reviewers Are Saying:

"Perhaps the most immediate noticeable change is in the speed and impact of leading-edge transients. On piano, to me the toughest test of an audio system, I now hear a more physical weight from the leading edge of the hammers striking the strings, especially from the left side of the keyboard. But every leading edge transient is affected. It's not surprising to have a bass drum strike rattle my breastbone, but it is a new thrill to perceive so clearly, the attack of a trumpet ..."

Read the entire Donnelly Enjoy The Music Review 


"It never ceases to amaze me what noise sounds like once it is removed from a system. Distortions, whatever the type, always seem to have the most negative impact on the high frequencies. Harmonics are frequently interrupted and have a way of sounding edgy, lacking true color and tonal pitch with excess emphasis on instrumental outlines rather than the whole: the entire body. It took all of one A/B for me to fully understand the magnitude of the Bybee Music Rails. Everything became fuller, richer in both texture and body with a characteristic detachment from a source. In effect, it sounded as if the loudspeakers had left the room."

Read the entire Perry Stereo Times Review.

The Music Rail reduces power supply noise up to 45 dB.
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