...Between the Q2 Water Energy System and Copies
Possible changes to the Array
The additive in acrylic to give the color blue for example is a chlorine based compound. This is another chemical or "field" being overlaid into the complex field generated by the system. QTech Laboratories recognizes this additive and avoids it in the construction of its product.
Wider and thicker positive tracks:
While it may be perceived that this change gives the advantage of longer life tracks, it does however cause a larger field distortion affect within the Array. QTech knows this and tries to keep the track as narrow as is practical while providing as long a life as possible for the optimum results.
Wider and thicker negative tracks:
This is very similar to the positive track scenario explained above and this can be seen in the copper ring wearing more predominantly in that area.
Other housing material changes e.g.: Addition of nylon.
Nylon too has a different chemical composition and thus increases the amount of additives from the original Q2 Array and the resultant field generated, QTech has not done any research into the resultant affects that may arise due to this change in Array construction.
Changes in the dimensions and ratios of the rings.
Example: Thicker plates, thicker Copper ring.
QTech recognizes and understands the potential uses and affects of alterations to the ratio of the rings, with the very first unit being produced 2 1/2 times larger than the current model. While this did produce beneficial results, within the course of any research and development project it was proven the best configuration is the present one used by QTech. To alter thickness dramatically, necessarily afters the resultant field generated.
As an example of how this relates to what we are talking about, when you purchase a tuning fork to tune a piano, you ensure it is a perfect "C" not "C flat" so that your piano plays in tune and not 'close enough is good enough'. If your tuning fork is made of one type of stainless steel which has differing amounts of particular metals compared to the correct type it will not vibrate at the correct pitch it is very close but not perfect.
This imperfection does not show up to the untrained ear and is of no consequence to them but when the virtuoso sits at the piano and begins to play they immediately notice the flat note and cannot perform to their best. They know it is not tuned right, as a side note one has to ask the question why piano virtuosos insist on using Steinway pianos to other brands. The Q2 imparts a specific energy frequency, which has taken years of research and testing to constantly improve on with each release, and as technology improves both in the manufacture of metals and electrical components QTech have remained at the forefront of improving the system to give this perfect pitch.
Close enough is NOT good enough!
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