The sorcer is not a conditioner, the Puritan is a conditioner. Very different products.
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Well, I realize they’re different products and can probably be used in conjunction with each other although one might defeat the purpose of the other. With the Wizard being in the same price ballpark as the 136/156 you can keep your existing power strip/conditioner with however many receptacles you need, as the Wizard affects everything on that circuit. While the 136/156 only affects the 6 components you plug into it, but that may be enough. ADD-POWR likes to call their products “harmonic resonators” but I like to think it’s trying to accomplish the same thing as a conditioner in providing a more enjoyable listening experience.
Just seeing if people have had experience with both, as rare as that probably is.
This comes close....
I bought two AddPower pluggins and the the increase in clarity along with an ease of presentation was noticeable.
Recently put in a Puritan 156 on my front end components and am very happy. Quieter and offers much greater clarity than the Shunyata Hydra 6 & 8 it replaced. Measures much quieter with my Alpha Labs EMI meter.
Thanks for the post. I replaced several High Fidelity mc-0.5's with the ADD-POWR ElectraClear plug in's as I enjoyed their musicality more which led me to wanting to try the Wizard. Nice to know the Puritan psm156 and the plug in's work well together. If I had a concern about the Puritan it would be it might things a little sterile but good to know that's not the case.
The Sorcer is compatible with other power conditioners with the exception of AC power re-generators, such as the PS Audio products.
In this case, the Sorcer must be plugged only into a standard wall outlet.
Only in this case will its full effect be of greatest benefit.
I have a PS P3 and I can say without question that plugging the Sorcer into it is a serious degrade! (Glare in the highs and blurred mids, lows cut off). I quickly re-plugged into the wall outlet and all order was restored.