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PS Audio Power Port...I hear the difference!

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Ron Reda, May 7, 2002.

  1. Ron Reda

    Ron Reda Cinematographer

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    I just upgraded from a crappy ol' $0.89 duplex (that my HT's power strip is plugged into) to a PS Audio Power Port and, WOW, what a difference it made! It seems to me that my system is playing cleaner/clearer than before. Could this be due to (A) a lower noise floor, (B) a tighter connection between my power strip and the Power Port, or (C) both? Being that I am somewhat skeptical about some of the upgrades floating around (this one made sense to me), I had my fiance take a listen. Even she agreed that the sound is cleaner. The Power Port also helped out with a nasty little ground loop hum that had been plaguing my system. It seems to still be there, but is way less pronounced than before. The only way I hear it now is by putting my ear up to the speaker. Here's an entusiastic [​IMG] to PS Audio!!!
     
  2. HankM

    HankM Second Unit

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    I have two of these as well. It was part of my big PS Audio upgrade. I never heard the Power Port on it's own in my system because every other PS Audio piece was installed together. When I heard everything as a system, WOW, what a difference. I don't know how I lived with my Monster HTS-5000 powering my system.

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