ac noise rejection filtering?

I have a Monster HTS MKII 1000 power line filter for sound and cinema viewing, however, now I am kinda confused since "most audiophiles" state that for a better sound is better to have a clean power source, no filter, surge protectors etc just a well built power strip uninterrupted. I know that most audiophiles dont consider Monster to be a top of a line product but these filters cost me almost $200 a piece and I got 2. Also I replace my stock ac receptacle to an Acme cryogenically treated outlet $45 for a outlet ouch!! I just got one for my main A/V needs. Also, I am considering changing most of my cheap outlets to Hubbell hospital grade outlets at $6 a piece better than the commecially available ones that cost less than a dollar.

Anyway, getting into the powerstrip/line filter/noise reduction question, what really works best for sound improvement? Did I go the wrong route my purchasing the Monster line of product for noise ac noise rejection? Or should I just spend my money on a good quality built power strip??? If so, what power strip is a good one for my stereo needs?
Go to the hundreds of threads on this and come back.Then we can talk,good luck,Bob
Every thing that's better costs much more so your purchase is really OK and it does protect your system from surges. I am using a medical grade distribution bar from Wiremold which is plain and simple with just a built in fuse.
How different is it from the one made by PS Audio?
The PS Audio product is totally different. I don't have too much experience with the PS Audio plug in, but I can say we do have experience with the PS Audio P series products, and our enhancers did a very good job upgrading their performance. It took two placed at the wall and the other plugged into a spare outlet. Bass, mids, and high's all improved with no downside. Standard video took on a more HDTV look for video depth, color saturation, end detail. You could say the same for audio....increased depth and layering, tonal purity, increased low level resolution, enhanced midrange textures, and top end extension. You will experience the same exact effect when the filter is used without the PS Audio products as well. I normally recommend 2 to 3 total pending system filtering.

The Enhancer should be considered a first stage in our filter design. What we are trying to do is get rid of the multi-filter stacks and put the filtering in the wall where it belongs with no extra cables or boxes to trip over. Our new power conditioner works on the same parallel principal, but it adds additional filtering stages. The power conditioner is designed to filter, but it also re-tunes the electrical line to remove EMI up to 1.5 GHz using a single filter (the filter bandwidth will increase with added filters). Think of the power conditioner like a 3 stage product. 1. it filters the line using 5 different wide band parallel filters. 2. it re-tunes the line (via filter and resonator) to combat EMI frequencies. 3. it re-tunes the outlet (via resonator) to reduce internal ringing and odd harmonics. If plugged into the same outlet as the system, the power conditioner gives the impression of a direct hard wire with the house main rather than plugged into a mutli-tonal (pending brand selection) duplex outlet. The enhancer uses the same filter design minus the EMI resonators.

I hope this shed some light on our products without handing out the parts list. I will say we use Shakti Innovations technology as part of our power conditioner design.