Power conditioner help


Hi All,

If you had a choice between PS Audio P10 power plant and a Transparent Powerisolator Reference, which would you choose and why? Both available at reasonable prices, though P10 is still quite a bit more.  I have a pretty high end system with a Musical Fidelity NuVista 800 integrated amp, NuVista CD (the new one), Scoutmaster turntable, SDS/ADS, Herron VTPH2, Wilson Sashas, and all Transparent Ref MM2 cables. System sounds great, but my present Powerbank 8 is quite old now, so I want to upgrade it.

Thanks for your opinions.
arsh
As I mentioned recently in another, related thread, AC regeneration IMO is the only way to go. Noise filters can only accomplish so much. What you want is pure, regenerated AC. That is how to best remove noise from the power source.
Furman it-Reference 20i. It is bulletproof. It is the choice of radio stations and professional recording studios.
Thanks guys.
arsh-

have you considered a conditioner by Transparent?
It would match nicely with your cabling.
Yes, Jafant. I have. Was thinking of Powerisolator Reference. What do you think? Also thinking of a Powercord XL for my amp.
arsh, I posted this in the amp forum as well.

I'd be interested to know more about your MF Nuvista, but that's another topic for another day. I have a Musical Fidelity M6si which I'm real happy with. I can only imagine what the Nuvista tubes sound like :)

For power conditioning I have my amp and other equipment plugged into a Panamax MR4300 and that is plugged into an Emotiva CMX-2 and that is plugged into a dedicated outlet. Both the Panamax and Emotiva are essentially passive (not 100% but lets say 99) and in no way limit current. The Panamax is made by the same company that makes Furman.