equitech vs. BPT

I understand that balanced power conditioners are the way to go today. Both equitech and balanced power technologies are very good and reputable. Which would you choose? Please advise.
Tenor Audio 300HP monos
Sonic Frontiers SFT1 Transport

I am currently using Shunyata hydra2 for the Amps and Audiomagic Mini Matrix for digital
I studied power conditioners for several months and ultimately selected Running Springs Audio. I have been very very happy.
Check out www.runningspringsaudio.com

I use the BPT 3.5 in my system with great results. Check out its review at www.6moons.com
Well I haven't got a good answer for you but I do have a word of advice. Equi=tech isn't exactly an "audiophile" company so if you do compare the products I would strongly suggest trying a decent power chord on the equi=tech. The BPT folk provide a nicer one with their products and so the comparison is a touch skewed out of the box. I would be a bit worried about all of that silver wiring (I believe) in the BPT. I personally use the 1.5Q equi=tech and find that sitting it on a good shelf not just plunk on the carpet and putting a decent cord on it (cardas golden ref, Blue Circle 62 (i think), audience power cord) makes it a good relaxed, get out of the way and let the shading and detail come through without over emphasising. It also helps give a little more definition to the soundstage and images without over-doing it. I like it.

Hope that helps
I too just received two BPT 3.5 sign.+ units, and they are a great addition.
I dug up something from the archives for you as this was discussed sometime back. Audiogon member "labtec" did some extensive research on these 2 companies (as is alluded to in his post). You might want to contact him as well.

Hope that this helps.
One of those brands is UL third-party listed and labeled. The other isn't...like so much other audio products.