Debating separate power supply or


My components are in power strip then direct to wall outlet, no conditioner. I have a two input Surgex Stand alone surge protector not in use (wall socket is standard). I am debating separate power supply for the CD player... not sure how to address power supply.


System​:​
NAD C 356BEE
Monitor Audio Floor /Silver (Audioquest speaker cables)
Music Hall MMF 5 SE I Dynovector 10X5 I Audioquest Colorado DBS Interconnects I Musical Fidelity
Phenomenon II+ I Music Hall Cruise Control 2.0
Music Hall Ikura Turntable I Ortofon 2M Mono Phono Cartridge I Audioquest Colorado DBS Interconnects I Maple Leaf Phono Preamp/Power supply (tube)
Lector CDPO 6T Tube CD Player I Audioquest Colorado DBS Interconnects

Thank You -
myvinyl333
Take a look at these links - they explain some of the basics pertaining to power related issues

http://image99.net/blog/files/d0a1214beb039672ed95ed07cabf69dd-22.html

http://image99.net/blog/files/af7344cfd857b845519b34ad829c12d0-3.html

But the abridged version - assuming the supply to your home is stable and you are not subject to any of the various "power anomalies" -  I would make the following a priority...
- install a dedicated line
- install a quality grade wall outlet on that line
>>>>> e.g. Pass and Seymour MRI Outlets ( see Take Five Audio)
- get a good power distribution bar/box for source components
>>>>> e.g. Furutech e-TP60 or  PS Audio Dectet Power Center/
- get some good power cables
>>>>> e.g. Shunyata Venom

Or if you are into DIY follow some of the "projects" in the blog links

Now, if surges, brown-outs or power fluctuations are an issue you may need to invest in a surge protector, power conditioner, balanced power supply or regenerator.

I have used a power conditioner/surge suppressor in the past, but now elect to:
- plug my amp directly into the wall outlet
- plug my sources into an isolated power distribution box
- use excellent power cables on all components

BUT - the power supply to my home is excellent and the house power system is well grounded. This was enough to protect my house from a lightening strike on the ground around the house next door - unfortunately all of his gear was fried - me - I consider myself lucky - but all thanks to a well designed household power system.

Hope that helps
Thanks! for sharing- williewonka.