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In Reply to: RE: Power Conditioner Recomendations posted by RIQUE on January 18, 2017 at 21:20:14
If you could stretch the budget some (~$2500), the PurePower 1500+ is one you should consider. It is a re-generator with battery backup. I run everything through mine including power amps. With the batteries in the chain it can over short periods provide even more current than is available at the wall, making it ideal for power amps too. Without knowing your exact setup it is difficult to know for sure that the capacity of the 1500+ is right for you. They do offer larger capacity models, but then you'd most definitely be out of your target price range.
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Is this the unit you are talking about_?
No. It's the 1500+. PurePower had a problem with a former US dealer a few years ago, who tried to steal their design and have essentially knock-off units made in China. They went through an extensive court battle over it. Anyway, check the link below to the real PurePower.
The unit I pictured is made in Taiwan. Is that a knock off?
Yes, I believe it is. They did have production in China for a short period, but have now in-sourced production and everything is now built in Canada.
I have used the PurePower 1500+ regenerator in my system for the last 3 years. My whole system is plugged into it and it made a significant upgrade to the sound of my system including dynamics. I was once listening in the dark and when I went to turn on the lights I realized there was a power failure. Never noticed the switch over to the backup battery
That story is a great testament to the product. I have a 1500+ on the audio rig and a 1050 on my video rig. Could not be happier with them both. Recently had the 1050 repaired by them. The experience couldn't have been better.
Never heard of this company. No reviews or comments. Are they quality products?
Yes, they are. I own two of their re-generators. Bought my first one in 2008. They are small company out of Canada. There are a number of US dealers for PurePower. There are plenty of reviews out there if you'll Google for them. Heck, even Romy the Cat reviewed them on his blog.
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