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Surge Protector/Line Conditioner for new NAD system

 

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Username: Chevive

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-04
I've recently built up my first serious av system. It consists of the following:

NAD T753 AVR
NAD T533 DVD Player
NAD C541i CD Player
Energy Connoisseur C-3 Bookshelves (front)
Energy C-1 Bookshelves (rear surround)
Energy C-C1 Center Channel
REL Q-108 subwoofer
Loewe 30" Aventos TV

Some of the stuff is still on its way, and before I set it all up, I wanted to get appropriate power protection, and if needed, line conditioning equipment.

What are some products I should consider? My priority is to protect the system from voltage fluctuations. If I can get something that can also help reduce current-related noise, that would be good too.

I don't really know what a reasonable price would be, but I would like to stay below $250, if possible. Also, I've seen some dealers list PC surge protectors (esp. from the Monster Cable line) and line conditioners, saying that they are the exact equivalent of the products marketed for home theater use. Any comments on these claims? I'd greatly appreciate any help.
 

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Username: Gtf

Moriches, NY USA

Post Number: 2
Registered: Feb-05
http://www.elect-spec.com/acprot2.htm#Laboratory

I just went through the same thing.
I bought the above listed unit and it stopped
the electrical noise I was experiencing.
NO audiophile BS associated with this product though. Sorry.
GTF
 

J. Vigne
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Stick with Panamax, they offer the best performance for the money spent.


 

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Username: Gtf

Moriches, NY USA

Post Number: 5
Registered: Feb-05
I have 6 Panamax unit's, and a few other brands
and 2 elect-spec units.

elect-spec tops them all.

 

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Username: Kano

Post Number: 445
Registered: Oct-04
"Stick with Panamax, they offer the best performance for the money spent. "

Why didn't you just say that when I asked you a few months ago?

Looks like you just broke your rule.
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