Review on BPT`s BP2 & BP2.5 w/Bybee

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Review on BPT`s BP2 & BP2.5 w/Bybee
« Reply #20 on: 12 Jun 2003, 05:03 am »
$999 at Audiogon!

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Review on BPT`s BP2 & BP2.5 w/Bybee
« Reply #21 on: 12 Jun 2003, 05:04 am »
They go for around $1,000 new on Agon all the time...

I don't actually own one, would like to at some point as my voltage reads about 123V all the time. It doesn't fluctuate though since I installed a dedicated circuit for my gear.

But I've seen them in use many times. It'll easily keep up with your voltage spikes & dips.

I'd make getting one a higher priority for myself if I had voltages fluctuations quite frequently. But other than my voltage being a bit high, I don't have any other real power problems.

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« Reply #22 on: 12 Jun 2003, 05:12 am »
If you followed this thread you'd know the problems I have experienced.

One guy I know in Denver got burned really bad.His whole system got fried,but the electric Co. I guess paid for the damages.I forget what exactly went down,but it was extensive.

I first noticed it about a year ago.I will try to find some stuff I lerarned and post it.Like the Phases of the moon.Some of it is real funny as far as theory.

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« Reply #23 on: 12 Jun 2003, 05:16 am »
Checkout this thread I read along time ago.It is quite revealing as to what happens and what others think!

The phases of the moon does have validity BTW. :o
 
http://forum.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/fr.pl?aamps&986177686&read&keyw&zzpower=fluctuations