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I decided the main thing I needed was the best protection with as little harm as possible. I now use a modded SurgeX by ZenWave and am happy with the results.
Make sure you try plugging the amp in the wall. Many amps sound better that way.
Wow... Yeah... I am still paying off last year's madness of upgrading... But a PS Audio P20 would be on my list of wished for items. Good luck.
The P20 is a beast. I also tried a P5 and with or without the amp through it I felt it held back the sound.
I have a P5 and it does a great job cleaning up my very dirty AC and also (even more importantly) gives me rock steady 118v to my amps. That makes a big difference in tube longevity I've noticed. SS gear doesn't seem to care about voltage fluctuations, but tubed gear sure does.
See https://forum.psaudio.com/t/p20-arrival-and-installation/10680 for details.
Looks very impressive. Why are you still using the BPT?
If you're running tube equipment, some of it might be set to work best with 115v, while others at 120v. Depends on the circuit and the choices the designer made. I run my Power Plant at 118v output so it's within acceptable range for both possibilities. Oh man, it's crazy, my tube life has extended like crazy since I did this. Even if the Power Plant didn't improve sound quality in my system (it does), it would be worth it as I no longer chew through tubes every 6 to 9 months.
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