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In Reply to: RE: The Latest on Power Conditioners / AC Regenerators posted by Duster on July 31, 2020 at 15:53:22
Hi Duster, thanks for your insight. Regarding the "power line distributor with only mild filtering", please let me know which one you're using.
It's a DIY power line distributor featuring a thick-walled aluminum enclosure for rigidity and shielding purposes, with select Audio Grade AC outlets: Oyaide R1, Oyaide R0, Furutech GTX-D NCF(R), Oyaide SWO-XXX.
Internal wiring: VH Audio 12 AWG Unshielded Twisted Pair Cable, 10 AWG Mil-Spec SPC/PTFE Teflon ground wire. WIMA MP3-X2 noise suppression capacitors. IEC Inlet: Oyaide Inlet R.
A Vans Evers Reference Model 12 power line conditioner featuring a large-value Spearinol oil capacitor for power factor correction, and WIMA MP3-X2 noise suppression capacitors feeds the entire AC delivery system, except for a digital source component that's plugged directly into the wall, with two Auricap 0.47uf capacitors installed as the classic "Auricap Tweak" within the digital source component for mild RFI/digital noise filtering.
The emphasis of the AC delivery system is power factor correction, mild RFI filtering, and excellent sounding AC outlets.
I use a Chang LightSpeed CLS 709 that uses:
4 filtered (core-L4 level 1) digital outlets
2 filtered (core-L4 level 2) analog power amp outlets
2 filtered (core-L4 level 3) analog outlets
560 joules/40,000 amperes surge capacity
2400 Watts/20 Amperes power/current capacity
Standard 6 foot 11 gauge low inductance power cord with hospital grade plug (optional detachable power cord)
Dual parallel fusing construction
All hospital grade outlets
Additional shunting mechanism for digital outlets
Advanced power factor correction mechanism
Works great on my main system and home theater.
Much better than a $3000 PurePower AC regenerator that I use to use.
About $1300 Made to order from Chang LightSpeed.
They are popular in Asia, but little known in USA.
Thank you, Duster. As always, your passion and love for this hobby shine through your response and advice. Much appreciated. When time allows, like in my retirement sometimes down the road, I'll attempt to venture into the DIY land, LOL!
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