I bought mine direct--just Google the company and give them a call. I dealt with the owner (cannot remember his name). Excellent guy, easy sale and great support.
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i wrote about the EP 2050 in a prior issue of Positive Feedback; audiophiles should take note.
it does not preclude the use of:
a) dedicated lines (for current delivery)
b) power conditioners (my weishi still works magic in vs out of the system, but it works on noise levels between netutral & ground)
c) R-C networks installed in house to remove home-generated noise (think: microwave, router, PC, TV, etc)
my power is fantastic with these items, and doesn't go up & down throughout the day (as it used to)...each item above does a different thing..the EP, in addition to protecting your whole damn house, does very well at removing incoming noise from the 0ga line from the street.
to get good power, address 1) incoming noise from street, 2) noise generated in your home at the source, and 3) noise between neutral & ground. do this, you'll be amazed...
the EP 2050 is highly recommended.
For anyone not having the budget for a EP 2050 would one of these two be a good option
Would either effect sonics such as maybe strangling current delivery such as I have found with other upstream devices I have tried.
Frank -- it turns out it is really hard to get an EP 2050. I tried contacting the company directly and the distributor. Long story but, after talking to a dealer who used to sell them (and stopped because he didn't see the reason to do it anymore) it became clear to me that these units are not much different from similar units that sell for less. After consulting with my Audiophile electrician (he's a sound man and an audiophile), I determined that the Leviton unit (and there are plenty of others) will work just as well. The unit I bought is still considerably nicer than the stock units that most electricians install for this purpose.