I bought the same power conditioner several years back and found it made a positive difference in the sound of my stereo. And then, as I worked on major upgrades to my stereo, I moved up to the AQ Niagara 5000. Expensive, but an even further improvement in the sound. I’m not saying get the Niagara 5000, its relative to the level of equipment just as I would not move into something costing over $10k for my system.
So I put my Furman Elite 15 in my HT system and wow what a difference it made to the TV picture. The picture became sharper and the colors richer. No debating what the Furman can do when you can see the difference in the TV picture. It’s a great visual demonstration.
Funny story- I recently bought a new OLED TV and sold my previous TV. I set the old TV up in the Garage to demonstrate it to the buyer. When I turned it on I panicked for a moment because the picture looked a little fuzzy and the colors dull. Then I realized it was no longer plugged into the Furman. The buyer was happy with the great picture however and I made the sale. I’ve tried to convince friends and family that they need a Furman on their TV but apparently its not as important to them.
PS. I never experienced a benefit in sound plugging the amplifier(s) into a power conditioner.