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Rackmount Power Conditioner

Discussion in 'Live Sound [BG]' started by thunder_dan, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. thunder_dan

    thunder_dan

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    I need a rack mount power conditioner with the shallowest depth on the market. Any ideas??? Furman is preferred, (already got the M-8x2 on the radar), but any brand will do. So far 4" is the shallowest depth I've found..anyone know of any shorter ones?? Thanks!
  2. derrico1

    derrico1 Supporting Member

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    As long as you don't need front rack lights, the shallowest I know is a power strip velcroed to the inside of the rack. All the functionality of the standard Furman power "conditioners" at a fraction of the size and cost.
  3. the explode man

    the explode man

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    If you are going to buy a power conditioner, don't just buy any random one. You need to get one with a voltage meter, lights, a fuse, voltage stabilizer, isolating filters and amperage conversion. They run about $2,300 on the low end to $4,500 for a really decent one, and you'll totally notice a difference in your sound.

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