power conditioner with off switch

Hi everyone,

I know that most audiophiles would recommend leaving your components on if not in standby full time. Unfortunately I don't have the opportunity to listen as often as I'd like to so I would prefer to turn everything off when not in use. I am interested in finding a high quality power conditioner that has the ability to turn off to stop vampire power usage. Any suggestions?
Well, many will do just that- including the BPT that I use. But I trust you don't mean just shut down everything by the Power Conditioner switch- I definitely would never recommend that. If you mean shut down each component in sequence THEN shut down the power conditioner, well yeah, that's much better.
I use tube amplification so having a power conditioner that (a) cuts the mains power completely and (b) offers sequenced on/off cycles is a must. I've had a simple, cheap Rotel RLC-900 (about $200) for years and though I'm sure there's better out there, I've never had a reason to upgrade. It does its job competently, reliably and without fuss. I've also never been able to hear any sonic downside to using it having compared the sound of various components when plugged into the Rotel and then directly into the AC socket.
Shunyata Hydra-4 and up have on/off switches
why not just disconnect the power cords from a line conditioner ? i just turn off each component when not in use. my power conditioners, ps audio power plant and adept response, have on/off switches.
Sound Application, Blue Circle music ring, and Dodd Audio all have an on/off switch. May be handy if your gear, such as a DAC, doesn't have a power switch.
Torus has separate banks that can be turned off individually. Switches are on the front for easy access.
Thanks for all of your responses. I'll certainly be doing more research on all of the suggestions provided.
I use a Furman Elite PF15i in both my 2 channel and HT systems. This unit has an off/on switch that can shut down the entire system and allows 12v switching for your amp/pre-amp if needed.
Add APS to your list of power conditioners to look at. They also have battery back-up that allows you to shut down the system in case of a failure of the main supply.
My APC15s have a power switch and battery back-up.