In this short film I look at comparing an IsoTek Sirius to an Aquarius and I too look at comparisons to a bog standard, run of the mill power bar of the Audiophile type.
In this case my Titan Audio Styx power-bar which costs £125.
What is interesting about power conditioners is that they are so system dependent. Experiences of the effects of tone, bass and soundstage are common. So too is the choking effects on the dynamics of the power amp(s) in a HiFi
Who are these conditioners for? What do they do? Are they value for money. Just some of the normal questions I answer in my balanced film which is comparison based, as ever.
Interested to read why conditioners make a difference in HiFi and what common mode and differential mode noise is, feel free to check out my full written article here
Website : https://www.isoteksystems.com/
IsotTek lowdown on different types of conditioner for different applications here
Specification (from IsoTek Website)
- Removes Common Mode and Differential Mode mains noise.
- RFI reduction 60dB.
- Six unique conditioning stages ensure optimal isolation between all outlets, eliminating Differential Mode cross- contamination.
- KERP© (Kirchoff’s Equal Resistance Path) ensures equal resistance and equal power delivery to all outlets. No outlet gets power before the next, a common problem with other power products which daisy chain outlets together.
- 67,500A of instantaneous protection, featuring IsoTek’s unique sequential protection system.
- Internal wiring; solid core silver plated OFC copper with FEP and virtual air dielectric technology.
- Two high-current outlets delivering 3,680W continuous power. Four medium-current outlets delivering 1,150W continuous power.
- Available in UK, EU, US, AU, CH and ZA sockets