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Old 02-25-2008   #7
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That is a pretty good real world testament kennyt.
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I have no doubt the PurePower stuff is awsome. I have a question though. Nowhere in their information does it say that each of the recepticles are isolated zones. This is really important when combining digital and analog components.

I currently have two Richard Grays and a PS Audio P300 in my HT. I was on the verge of ordering the PS Audio Power Plant Premier, until I read your review of the PurePower. The PPP is not current limiting, like the P300 was. They also did away with the multitude of signwaves. I have my P300 set on standard 60. The PPP also has isolated zones to prevent cross contamination between the components. It also switches to straight wall power when overloaded, although I can't image that happening in my system. The battery backup is nice to have, but not a driving factor for me.

Have you reviewed the PPP yet? Any thoughts.
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Have you checked PurePower`s website?
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Haven't tried the PPP but it is more expensive for less in my mind. In a power regenerator, different 'zones' really don't seem to be that important, I've had power conditioners with this feature, and nothing came close to the audio AND video benefits the PurePower 700 gave me.
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I talked to the folks at PurePower and a dealer for these guys. I'm now convinced. I just ordered a 1050.

Thanks guys.
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I talked to the folks at PurePower and a dealer for these guys. I'm now convinced. I just ordered a 1050.

Thanks guys.
Out of curiosity, did they send you to Underwoodwally?
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