Maybe one of the smaller CPT models like the Equi=Core 50 or the 150 for sale here on Audiogon.
I too like the flexibility of interchanging power cords, but I look at the CPT Equi=Core 50/150/300 AS a power cord, only with a network (the balanced power unit) built into it, also with the option of adding an outlet strip to feed more components (subject to the total power draw rating of the particular CPT model).
I think Mark @ CPT offers upgraded power cord options on some models, so you could inquire about that option if it is of interest to you.
Thanks for all the feedback, folks. I like the idea of the Audience, but my outlets are mounted horizontally and would not accommodate the weight of my cables into the RP2.
@sbrownnw I called Emotiva to ask them why the CMX-2 doesn't have surge suppression and the fell I spoke with (super nice guy) said it would be current limiting - having been an owner and fan of the PS Audio Ultimate Outlet, I'm psyched to get the Emotiva into my rig and see how it sounds..It's very similar filtering.
Did you notice any sonic improvements?
The price is redic cheap...
If you have the funds purchase a Power Core Technologies 1200 and down the road if your system grows you will be set. Who knows, you might find that your system sounds better with more than your front end plugged into it. It's all system and location dependent, you have to try it for yourself to kmow for sure.
The CPT 50/150/300 are power cords with the CPT balanced power module inserted in the cord and intended to be used with an accompanying power strip (with a female IEC inlet) which they also sell to accommodate as few components as you wish (even one without the power strip) or as many components as the specific CPT model can handle based on its wattage/current rating.
Quick update from the OP....
So, I bought the Emotiva CMX-2 and it's being fed by a Shunyata Alpha HC power cord to power my front end - DAC and CD player (also hooked up with Shunyata PCs).
First impressions on build quality: This this built like tank. At least as solid as the PS Audio Juice Bar and Ultimate Outlets that I have owned. It does, however look "pro-audio" but the WAF seems to be higher than that of the Ultimate Outlet or "white box" as it has been referred to.
Sound quality: sounds like nothing at all as far as I can tell.
Thoughts on value: This is *exactly* what I was looking for (2 outlets) and at the price, seems like a total steal (DC offset..!! and non limiting conditioning..!!).
Thanks all for the suggestions..!