Surge Protector for SVS powered sub

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  1. Jay_E

    Jay_E Stunt Coordinator

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    I have just ordered and will soon be receiving a SVS 25-31PC+ subwoofer. It will probably be placed on the other side of the room (in a corner) from the rest of my equipment so it will need it's own surge protector. I would appreciate some ideas on what to use. I don't need something with lots of outlets and telephone/coax protection. I just need one or two outlets. Thanks for the input.

    Jay
     
  2. Neil Joseph

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    Monster has a nice little surge protector that plugs directly into an existing wall outlet. It has two outlets of its own on it and it is one of these that I am considering for my projector's ceiling location once I move it to the new room.
     
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    Panamax MAX 2, $29.99 online here with the same clamping level and spike current standards as their larger boxes. Compares to MonsterPower Sub 2-outlet at $49.99 list. No contest.
     
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