Thanks Tvad and per your PT question/thread...try the new band Abigails Ghost, thanks again, Brian
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At your price point you could buy at Blue Circle BC86-Mk3 Noisehound for $130 and plug it into a quality surge protector.
If you can stretch to $360 then the Blue Circle BC606 Music Bar will give you all the filtering you will need built into a hospital grade power strip.
I must tell you I am a BC dealer, so check with other people about these products.
In my analog-only system, I use what Tvad mentioned, a Brickwall PW2RAUD for both the TT & Integrated. Even though I have dedicated circuits, the Brickwall enhanced the sound a bit with improved clarity and depth. So far, it has also done a fine job of protecting my stuff throughout the significant number of thunderstorms we've had here in the Midwest lately. I've tried a number of other units, such as PS Audio, Tripplite, Oneac and others. The Brickwall seems to do what it is supposed to and doesn't appear to leave any noticeable sonic signature.
Furutech e-TP80 & BPT CPC in one accurate review. Deepsix that Monster before it takes something down with it. You should also take a look at the Powervar units the 12amp models sell here for under $250US and are sufficient to power a 200Wx7 amp without restriction, or the rest of your components.