| Originally posted by Keyplayer |
In other words would I make out better with a Furman IT-1220 plus an AR-1215 or one Equi-tech 2RQ?
As a user of the Furman combo you listed, I can say I've been happy with the improvement it's made to my studio depending on how bad the power was to start with. My studio has been in two different locations since I've purchased the Furman's and the worse the power the better the improvement.
The only negatives I've dealt with is I've blown up (rock show pyro style) two AR-1215's and the circuit on my IT-1220 trips about four times a year. That's not a huge deal considering my power is supplied in southern California and because I have a UPS as well. I wouldn't want to use the IT-1220 alone because it doesn't regulate the voltage at all.
I'm not sure how the Equi-tech stacks up to the Furman, but like you I also would like to know how the new Monster Pro Power units stack up (they also have a power sequencer built in.)