Power Conditioning

Building a superb audio system for either pro audio recording or music listening isn’t just about assembling the best components and doing good acoustic room correction. It also includes paying attention to the quality of AC power that is entering your room. The black background, air around music, and details that you never suspected were there is why serious audio proponents also use good power conditioners to accompany their systems.

To build a really good audio system, the place to start is with your incoming power and your room acoustical treatment. You’ll gain more from investing in those two items than doing anything else. Even purchasing the finest components at a really high price tag don’t compare to the gain you’ll receive from using a world class power conditioning solution (that does the least harm to your signal) and through improving your room acoustics (through proper acoustical treatment). I can help you acquire the best available for your budget no matter whether its high end manufactured solutions or your own DIY build. Allow me to help you analyze your needs and then propose a solution for you. How you acquire the needed recommendations is then up to you. If I do a good job, and if I can provide a serious financial benefit, I know you’ll work with me. That’s why I’m suggesting that you contact me before doing anything else at this point in time.

Yes, a good power conditioner can be expensive. Is it worth it? Absolutely! Plus it protects your valuable equipment. The unit shown below (the Isotek EVO3 Sigmus) is my absolute pick of anything available in the market today. I definitely would stay away from most of the other manufacturers solutions that actually can harm your signal rather than improve it. You can’t go wrong when using an Isotek component.

If you have a smaller system than what the EVO3 Sigmus will serve, consider using the Isotek EVO3 Aquarius. If you need an even more powerful system (14 outlets instead of 6) use the Isotek EVO3 Nova. All 3 of these power conditioners will provide the kind of high quality power that you really need to fully optimize your electronic components. If starting out with the Apogee Symphony desktop, make sure you choose one of these conditioners that allows for your ultimate goals to be realized so you don’t need to replace it in the future if you upgrade. If you don’t need expansion capability and you have a relatively modest system, the Aquarius would be my pick. If you’re looking for the best sound quality (but still not a really large system), the Sigmus would be my choice. And, if you’re building a really large system where having 14 outlets make sense, the Nova would be the choice.

Contact me and we can have a good discussion that allows me to transfer solid knowledge and experience that you can use to get your audio system to sound as good as it can be.