Best bang for buck powercond. ?


Looking for a great pc ,min $0 - max $800
grisslehamn
Get a used PS Audio P300
I am kinda biased since we are from the same town, but I have had very good results with e-ticketcables. A lot of cable for very little money.
What are you going to use it on? Some cords work well with AMPS, some better with preamps or CD players. Cords can also work well as a tweak on a particular piece of equipment. Two cords that I felt worked well with whatever I used them on were the Nordost Shiva & Vishnu. VH Audio Flavor 4 w/ gold has worked very good for me on AMPS. VH Audio Flavor 1 with Rodium has worked well on my SACD player( another that is more expensive but excellent is Shunyata Phyton VX). Another cord that has worked very well on my Halo B52 AMP, that gives alot of bang for the buck is Virtual Dynamics P3. Happy Holidays, Bill
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He wants a Power Conditioner not a Power Cord.PS Audio as noted is very good and you can try the Ultimate Outlets for a lot less than the P300 and see for your self.
Blue Circle BC86Mk3 Noisehound $110 msrp.

Disclaimer.... I sell them. But, I owned them long before I sold them.
I think the commercial grade Oneac and Powervar's are the best bang for the buck. These can be had on ebay for pennies on the dollar. They're actually designed to clean power for labs and other places where semiconductors that are sensitive to dirty AC are. I know some equipment manufacturers in the industrial world require one of these or they will not honor their warranty. They're not as pretty as the audiophile ones but do the job. That said I wouldn't use one with a power amplifier as they have isolation transformers in them. Actually if you bought a huge one you could use it for an amp. Even the small ones are pretty heavy though. You want to make sure you buy one that is at least twice as big as you need. For front end gear even a 5 amp one is more than enough.
Do i only need a PowerCond. for source ?
Would like one for all incl my Arcam Dv88+ (dvdplayer) if needed.

My gear :Arcam CD33 Amps :Arcam A90 / Arcam P85 im biamping

a90 for highs p85 for lows. a90 is both pre and highs.

Btw speakers r PMC GB1.

When it comes to cabling , have great ones. Very good stuff but i guess you dont know them since they are from Scandinavia (Silk and Silspeak).Dont no if they r availble in US ? Powercords Agile and SC silverres. all cables w Furutechs best.

Have a pair og Vibrapods/cones unser the cdplayer would loke to have something under everything but dont know what to go for.
Furniture is Soundstyle (UK) w glass shelfs, guess its better w wood ?
I also have a (UK)pair of speakercables quite good actually the name is Van Damme, you might laugh about the name but they are quite popular in UK and PMC loudspeaker maker use them etc.

Sounds great listen to David Bowie - Diamond Dogs at the moment. "in every teenage girl theirs a fontain"
I also have a (UK)pair of speakercables quite good actually the name is Van Damme, you might laugh about the name but they are quite popular in UK and PMC loudspeaker maker use them etc.

Sounds great listen to David Bowie - Diamond Dogs at the moment. "in every teenage girl theres a fontain"
A used Audio Magic Stealth MkII is in your price range. Six outlets, two of them specifically for digital. You can use it with your whole system. This power conditioner will extract tons of detail from your system, and sounds really great.

I have one that replaced the PS Audio UPC200, and the difference is night and day. Stomps all over it, and worth every penny of the difference in price.

If I had purchased it earlier, I may never have upgraded my Cd player and amp. It sounds that good. (Using it with a plinius 8200 mkII and Audio Aero Prima MkII CDP.)
I've had great results with my Blue Circle Music Ring. It's a balanced conditioner with seperate digital and analog outlets. They're in your budget new and also show up occasionally used, here on the 'gon.
I live in a big city in a big Apartment building and clean power is not to be found. I use a big Powervar (model 1100-12?)46lbs and plug in my pre-amp, transport, dac and ultrajitterbug. Works great and only cost me $100+S&H on Ebay. Now that they are becoming known to audiophiles the price can be double but is still a bargain. I plug my threshold amp directly to a cryo'd outlet from Locust design group and it took some of the grain out of the top end. Smooth and a tweek that is mentioned because I might try to upgrade (change) the powervar outlets to these outlets.
HOw about the Audience PowerChord. Great bang for very little bucks. I use them on my amps and Audio Aero CD player. They are sensibly priced.