Hmmmmm.....looks like you are band-aiding your problem rather than fixing it at the source!
Before you buy any power conditioner, check out your power source & cabling to your audio outlets. Going to Home-Depot & getting THHN wire for dedicated lines, paying for an electrician to do the job, getting decent duplex outlets will probably cost you less than a good power conditioner & will probably obviate the need for one. The improvements from this alone can be stunning!
IMHO, every power conditioner that I have tried & heard has a sonic signature of its own that you might or might not like (& I didn't like a power conditioner imposing itself on my music). I use the RG 400 Mk1 but it has *only* the CDP & TT connected to it. The amps & pre go straight into the wall & I wouldn't have it any other way.
If you are hell-bent on getting a power conditioner (God help you + you are quite misinformed!) look at some serious ones. One reco are the Equi=tech products.
Of course, JMO. YMMV.