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Can I lower my noise floor with a power conditioner under $400?
Old 8th June 2006
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Can I lower my noise floor with a power conditioner under $400?

Do I need to spend more than this to get a conditioner that will make a difference as far as noise goes? If so how much more?

any suggestions for a power conditioner in the $400 dollar range?
Old 9th June 2006
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Originally Posted by jgrif08
Do I need to spend more than this to get a conditioner that will make a difference as far as noise goes? If so how much more?

any suggestions for a power conditioner in the $400 dollar range?
Monster power makes a model for $300.
Old 9th June 2006
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Sure, the Furman Series II line is under $400 and excellent.
Old 9th June 2006
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> Do I need to spend more than this to get a conditioner that will make a difference as far as noise goes? <

Why do you think your noise problems are due to a problem with AC power? Noise is usually a function of gain staging, using a low-output microphone too far from a soft source, and so forth.

--Ethan
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