Running Springs Audio Duke PC for phono stage?


I was wondering if someone might know if a Running Springs Audio Duke power conditioner could be used on a front end component like my Manley Chinook phono stage. I know the Duke is optimized for amps, but I wonder if it would work just as well for my Chinook.
Thanks for the help and advice.
capdek
I think you'd be fine but not sure you would hear much difference vs a different Running Springs like the Haley.
Thanks for the response Roscoeiii.
I suspected the Duke would perform more optimally with my amps, but I wanted to make sure I would at least get some benefit using it on my Chinook. The plan is to use it on the Chinook for the time being and eventually move it over to my amps or possibly my subs when I can afford a more appropriate conditioner for the Chinook.
I can't comment on Running Springs, but Furutech some very nice conditioners that work well on sources. They're not too expensive either. Cable Co has demo units for the whole Furutech line.
+1 to what Roscoeiii says. It should work the same on low current gear as any other RSA product.
I forgot to mention that Cable Co. is a Running Springs dealer. I would ask them to send you a demo.

" I know the Duke is optimized for amps, but I wonder if it would work just as well for my Chinook."

It will work. Its just a matter of how well. A lot of companies make conditioners and cables that are designed to be paired with a single type of component.
Thanks for the help and advice everyone.
I will look into demoing some conditioners through the Cable Company before making any future purchase.