Equitech 3RQE – Any comment?

A Equitech’s distributor told me that I can plug all of my stereo equipment into this Power Balanced Conditioner and the result is wonderful.
My stereo equipment are include: CDP, Clock, Pre-amp, Mono-block Power-amp. And my power-amp spec. is in below, my questions are:

1) If this 3RQE has good capacity to handle all my equipment?

2) Any comment of 3RQE? How much it will improve the sound quality you think? Because this piece of equipment re very expensive, I got to be very careful when make my decision.

3) What is the net market price of this equipment in U.S. now?

Mu speaker: Avalon Ascendant II (4 ohm)

My Power-amp spec:
Electrocompaniet AW-180 Mono-block

Output Impedance
(20 Hz - 20 kHz) 100 A
THD (measured at 1 kHz
half power, 8 W) < 0,001 %
THD (measured at 1 kHz
-1 dB, 8 W) < 0,001 %Noise
(measured with both inputs shorted) 400 Hz - 30 kHz : 90 µV
10 Hz - 30 kHz : 100 µV

Rated output power

8 ohms 250 W
4 ohms 380 W
2 ohms 625 W

Power consumption
(no load or signal) 115 W
The Equitech website will have answers to all your questions including retail pricing and power capacity. The 3RQE retails at about $7,400. I have a 2RQ and it handles everything I throw at it. Pre Amp, Mono Blocks, DAC, Transport and a few accessories so don't know if you really need the 3RQe. They are incredible units and really clean up the music. You will not be disappointed.
Hi Phil123

Because 3RQE are much more expensive than 2RQE, I got to consider 2RQE now, but Equitech's agent told me 3RQE sound smuch much better than 2RQE.....
Get Silver Circle TCH 6 asap.
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I have the Son Of Q , it is a built like a tank... I have two mono tube amps, pre, tuner, DAC and a few other things and it's no sweat for it.