i have a few questions on the capability of the psaudio power plants
- The powerplant say p12 or p15 or p20, does it have the capability to provide more peak current compared to a wall outlet?
- asking about this because since the regen involves AC-DC-AC , does the power plant have more storage capacitors to augment for peak and transient current requirements say for a power amp needs?
does powerplant have any noise filtering capability (common mode, differential noise, removing dc noise from AC)? if so what stage these filtering are applied?
is there a possibility of any kind of noise to be able to get thru to the final AC output?
theoretically AC to DC to AC should completely eliminate and isolate and should be the best strategy for this but i want to know if this is true practically as well
if i have an amp say which does 450w rms in 4 ohms, can this amp be plugged to p20 high current , where p20 is connected to a 15 amp circuit? in this scenario would there be any loss of dynamics or any problem is keeping with the peak and transient current demands. for example p20 spec says it can provide 70 amps peak .would this spec be for a 20a circuit.if so how much would be the peak current if it is connected to a 15A circuit? and also for how much time in milliseconds can this peak be supplied by the powerplant?
considering the power regen and power cleanup capabilities that powerplant provides , does that mean that it eliminates the need for very high quality & high priced power cables, meaning these cables will have less impact,since powerplant will do a lot of heavy lifting already?