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I also tried a VD in same outlet that my amp is plugged into,I heard negative results when I first plugged it in. After a week of break-in,I couldn't hear any positive results.Returned it for a refund.
I have one plugged straight into an outlet. It is the same outlet my Pass XA30.5 is plugged into. I think most here would agree that plugging amps directly into the wall outlet is best and most amp manufacturers recommend plugging their amps directly into the wall outlet. I honestly can't say I can hear an audible difference with the Defender, given the normal factors (my room, system, playback levels, ears). YMMV. BUT, I got it for a good price and what's nice is that it gives me a little peace of mind that in a storm it SHOULD protect my precious amp.
When you say "negative" can you elaborate? I think many of us would like to understand what you heard. Let us know what gear you're running too. That'd be very helpful.
By doing this you are adding parallel filtering so not really "plugging directly into the wall". It's really no different then plugging an amp into a conditioner that uses similar filters.
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