Need to downsize Isoclean for LCd tv and H Theater

I have an Isoclean 80A which I was using for my high end audio system and now don't need it so I have moved to my Low cost Home Theatre system which I think is overkill as it is a Sony 52" LCD and Arcam 300 so average Ht system and would like some suggestions do I need a conditioner and if so what would be a good one so I can sell my expensive Isoclean. Thanks

This is what I got, and will list with audiogon iif a change is the way to go.

For the perfectionists, this unit fitted with the ultra low impedance Audio Grade dual 80 +80 AMP RF, noise filters to attenuate noises, RF associated with city mains. The dual filters being separate and independent to reduce interactions between equipments. Rhodium plated Furutech IEC socket being provided to accept various other high grade power cables, e.g. ...... Isoclean Super Focus, Auto Focus,......etc. Casing constructed of thick high quality copper plates for mass, unit stability and efficient air born harmful RF absorption. Audio grade National 24K Gold plated AG sockets. The contacts being modified, polished to increase contact area in order to improve reliability and reduce noises. The AG sockets wired individually to the IEC socket and dampen by selected European Epoxy compound. Units individually handcrafted to exacting professional standards.

Dimension: 300(L) x 175(W) x 155(H)mm
Weght: 12 kg
Reads like your selling it right here, right now in your post.
How did pass through the moderator?

Will you ship for free?

I offer to trade you a Santa hat for the 80A.
Moderator enjoying Xmas holidays obviously.
Actually I was looking for some advise, on the overkill unit I now own, and was hoping that someone would come up with an $200-$300 unit that would do a good job if even needed, Oh Yeah also have my Mirage PBS 400 Sub hooked up to this Isoclean.

As I said if I find the right unit the unit would be listed , this is not an add for sale.

Merry Christmas & and I wish you All the Very Best in The New Year
OP hit the eggnog too hard, methinks.
I read it that way, too.
What exactly does "selected European epoxy" mean?
I have some pristine older Carver high end and like your filter. How do we do this?