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Re: Interesting. what others tried? good system


I am reading this thread with great interest given that you have first hand experience with many of the conditioners I have used or are considering. It is reassuring to read that what I think I hear is similiar to someone else. I've had the Exact Power and found it stiff and mechanical in my system (I have Horning Alkibiades too -- driven by SE amplification). I need voltage correction. My wall puts out a steady 127V reading. One of my amps (Loth X JI 300b) auto shut offs above 125V. I currently use an Audiophile APS unit for voltage correction. It's OK. But I'm drawn to the experience of Furman in engineering power products for the professional market.

This may be a stupid question, but does power factor correction mean that the Furman unit corrects the voltage to a stable 120V? I know that Furman makes voltage regulators. I'm just not sure if their Reference power conditioners are correcting the voltage. If it does, and you find the Furman units to be better than a Sound Application Reference Line Stage (which I own as well) in your system (which is similiar to mine), then the Furman unit may be just the right thing?


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  • Re: Interesting. what others tried? good system - Mr.DavidTerry 15:24:44 03/07/07 (0)

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