Recently picked up a Topaz Ultra Isolation transformer to try in my system. Without question its very effective at removing noise from the line. It does however increase the voltage by around 3V. The local utility tends to run around 122 - 124V, which means as much as 127V coming out of the IT. I've added a small 6.3V CT transformer in front of the Topaz for now to drop this back into the 120V range. I'd rather not use the buck transformer if it isn't really needed.
Just wondering what is considered too high when it comes to line voltage? Will my BDP2 or BDA3 be bothered by 127V?
Appreciate any thoughts on this!