Multipal Dedicated AC Lines vs PS Audio Quintet ?


i'm almost done with a power supply project that includes 1 dedicated ac line. i understand that keeping digital and analog separated is a good idea.

my question is:

will a PS Audio Quintet and its "iso-zones" work to keep the digi and analog isolated enough? (relative to my not so hi-fi system). got enough room on the quintet to make certain the krell and consonance cdp are plugged into separate zones , by themselves.

this vs 2 dedicated lines? i really don't want to add a 2nd line but also want to avoid the dreaded "weak link" (after spending all this time/money on improving the power supply)

my system is relatively simple/entry level. krell s-300i integrated, velodyne dd12 powered sub, consonance cdp, yamaha avr, sat/dvr box, sony ps3 game console, sony 48". aerial 7b's used for 2ch music 80% and video ht 20%

recent upgrades include dedicated 20A line (done by pro), 20A porter port, ps audio quintet and a ps audio ac-5 power cord upgrade for the quintet.

did i cut a corner with 1 ac line or have already gone too far over the edge =)

thanks
Lev
levy03
It does not hurt to have separate dedicated lines for analog and digital if you have electrical panel space and are willing to spend the money for installation. However, I have been using multiple isolation transformers on a single 20A line for each component of my 2-channel system for several years now, and that has been working just fine. It is like having a dedicated line for each component.
Gbart, could you expand on your method/hardware? I'm at the point of installing multiple dedicated, or figuring a way to use my existing single dedicated with multiple components (ex. pigtailing outlets . . . have two right now like that). I had tried on Orion GII but it reduced highs/details regardless of source. Other multi-outlet options exist, but the try-and-see approach to hardware starts paling very quickly with me. Awaiting a low $ Wiremold to at least hold my system together until something better . . . or if it works may indeed be the final stage in power supply for me. But the multiple isolation transformer idea sounds interesting.
I have the transformers installed in a single chassis, with each transformer feeding its own duplex receptacle. I use premium parts are wiring throughout.

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-5/191557/2083672

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-5/191557/1741050

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wow G!, that's one impressive piece of equipment. i'm light years behind you with the ps audio quintet. i think it's safe to assume you've got the power situation under control =)
Incredible job!