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We just bought a Yamaha RX-2020 Aventage

And we also have
  • Yamaha RX-2020 Aventage
  • Aquos 55"
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  • Speakers (Unknown - we are still looking - suggestions there would be appreciated - we need at least three speakers and a sub-woofer (suggestions there would be appreciated as well.


We looked at a few of the power conditioners - and wonder if a Cyberpower would be sufficient. The Monster is good of course, but we have used the Cyberpower for out computers with no problems.


Can someone recommend a couple of other power conditioners to look at (preferably on Amazon) that could suit our needs?


Thank You!

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We just bought a Yamaha RX-2020 Aventage
And we also have
  • Yamaha RX-2020 Aventage
  • Aquos 55"
  • TiVo Series 3
  • TiVo Series 2
  • XBox 360
  • Sony Playstation
  • Xfinity Cable Box
  • Speakers (Unknown - we are still looking - suggestions there would be appreciated - we need at least three speakers and a sub-woofer (suggestions there would be appreciated as well.
We looked at a few of the power conditioners - and wonder if a Cyberpower would be sufficient. The Monster is good of course, but we have used the Cyberpower for out computers with no problems.
Can someone recommend a couple of other power conditioners to look at (preferably on Amazon) that could suit our needs?

Thank You!
Corey

Give Furman a look as well.
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They seem to have quite a bit - I have passed that along to my friend who asked me to see what else is out there.

Any others would be appreciated as well.

Thank you!
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Is your friend looking for power filtering/conditioner, UPS or both?

Furman is very good as well as Pannamax (Now the same Company/manufacturer) but are typically more expensive than Cyberpower.

Pay attention to warranties - they are not all created equal. I believe Monster power conditioners are only good for 5 years - that adds to the overall cost of the equipment if you expected to "rely" on it longer and need to replace for warranty protection on your connected equipment.
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