Just found this forum, and figured I better ask this question here, because PSA experts have the best chance to know the answer.
I have a regenerator, PS Audio Power Plant P3, powering my hi-fi system. It works great and improves the sound of my system a lot. But I also have a headphone system in a different part of the room, and it would also benefit from a regenerator (my tests prove this). But I don’t have a second regenerator, and there is even no space to place it near the headphone system. So, I want to run a single long power cord from the regenerator to the headphone system, and then distribute the power between several components there (USB-SPDIF convertor, DAC and headphone amp).
I looked at Dectet Power Center, and it seemed to be ideal for the task, because it could provide some degree of isolation between the different devices I have. But, the manual of Dectet says:
We do not recommend connecting any other power conditioning product before the Dectet Power Center
And the manual of my Powerplant P3 says:
We discourage the use of any other power conditioning equipment before or after the P3 without considerable evaluation.
This makes me wonder weather combining P3 and Dectet in one system is a good idea, or I should better look for a simple power distributor which does not do any kind of filtering. What would you advice? Thanks in advance!