A question to Paul at PS Audio and anyone else who might be able to shed light on my recent dilemma.
I came back after three weeks holiday and turned my amps on and there was some thumping coming from both my Quad 2905 speakers.
Prior to leaving for break, there was no issues with my system. I received a call from my audio man repairing the speakers and he has advised that nearly all panels are fried. He says that a surge or spike of power has resulted the panels being beyond repair.
I was under the impression that the P10 was not only a power re generator, but also capable of limiting power surges or spikes from damaging the equipment plugged into it?
All items from tv, cd, pre and amplifiers including speakers, was plugged into the P10 and only the speakers were damaged.
It is very disappointing to pay thousands of dollars for a piece of hardware and have this happen.
Is there anything I can log into to find out what occurred with the P10 and can someone from PS Audio respond to my email providing some insight as to why the unit let through the hi charge to the speakers?
Thanks for your time.