At the 11th hour about to pull the trigger on the single most expensive component I’ve ever put in my system.
My kit is good, worthy of good AC.
The system currently fed by balanced mains, and the reduction in noisefloor etc was easily noticable. (I live in a block of apartments…or “flats” as we call em in the UK)
Good chat with my Dealer in UK (bought my DS Dac from him) suggests I’d get more immediate bang for buck with a BHK Pre over the P20.
Already decided Im getting one of those and a Nuwave phono converter…I’m a do it once and do it right kinda guy, and fortunatly I’m in a position where I can realistically add a P20 to power my system.
Wont get any better than that and I can tick the big “best power supply” issue as done.
What if…I got both BHK and a P20?
BUT…what if my voltage fluctuation from ideal isn’t absolutely terrible?
Done my research and I know Paul’s adherence to lowering impedance being as or more important than constant voltage, but given the cost of the P20 (no point getting the 12 or 15, do it right if its going to improve things, no point asking “What if” as life is too short)
…given the cost:
Are the other sine wave regen. non voltage fix advantages worth the price of entry?