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Heard of them.

One of the more laughable gimmicks out there.
 

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Too good to be true. Actually, the advertised function of these devices is a bit hard to tie down. The fact is, most electronic devices already have a voltage "stabiliser" built in to their design. e.g. In the power supply that regulates the main battery to 5 and 12 volts required by most of the peripheral electronics. The individual components that are responsible for the stabilisation are dirt cheap.

The advertised stabilisers have 2 leads... I wonder what's in the fancy box?

"Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding" ???

- I always thought that understanding preceded wisdom.
 

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:) Wisdom and understanding go hand in hand.

Yeah, my thought was that there was already voltage regulation being taken care of internally by the alternator. I know that some older vehicles have separate voltage regulators, like the 1989 Taurus I used to own...
 
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