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I've a maxed out BPT 2.0, absolutely love it in my system and it is worth the relatively high price. However, if you're looking for something less expensive to try (not all locations apparently benefit) then check out the OneAC's on Ebay. They are excellent iso transformers, just not balanced and utilitarian ugly. A CP-1115 (12a) can be had for $100 or so.
Thanks for all the advice !
Warrenh is right, my earlier statment "they are worth little in reality"... is wrong.
From looking at the BPT website, I'd say they're worth the money using Piltron transformers and all. I was under the impression that some of these conditioner are simply a fancy powerbar. But it looks like there is more to it than meets the eye.
Further recommendations would be greatly appreciated !
I use a tricked out BPT 2.5 Ultra but I do not have my amps connected to it. I found my amps work better plugged straight to the wall. I've also found that my video performance has not been as good since I had a Richard Gray 400s. The video is not bad with the BPT but I've found the RGPC is better for the picture.........John
You first need to ask yourself; Do I want a power conditioner to act as a band-aid (by coloring the sound) for my system or do I want a power conditioner to protect my components, provide voltage stabilization, and lower my system's noise floor. If you want a PLC for the latter then I really think you should look into Running Springs Audio products. I own three Haley's and love them! Their products do not color the sound nor do they limit dynamics. They are also sanely priced.