The third generation of Ansuz's "Sparkz TC" plug comes with the goal of improving music playback, especially by providing a blacker background as well as a larger soundstage. The TC3 aims to achieve this by reducing noise and interference coming through the power supply. The anti-noise plug is designed to be plugged into open current sockets and power connections and, according to Ansuz, is primarily designed for connection with power conditioners and distributors.
To reduce current noise and interference, the Sparkz TC3 carries various Ansuz technologies, such as multiple Tesla coils. These consist of two individual coils each, with a "counter coil" being designed to eliminate noise from the corresponding coil if it receives an interfering voltage spike. Furthermore, the Sparkz TC3 carry Ansuz's analog dither technology, which the manufacturer states is based on radar technology and is designed to both eliminate noise and amplify the music signal. This technology is said to be even more accurate in the new generation present in the TC3. The housing of the Sparkz is also made of the material POM, which is supposed to promise very good electrical insulation.
The new "Harmonizer" Sparkz TC3 from Ansuz is said to be available at an MSRP of €1200 in Germany.