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post #1 of 2 Old 09-20-2013, 12:52 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi everyone!,

I was waiting to get a rack to complete my gear with a good power conditioner. In the mean time I was using a old Computer UPS only for filter purposes (I belive from UPC or APC), needless to say that I killed it when I got my Nikko power amp biggrin.gif .

I bought 2 middle atlantic racks that I've shoved together to make a big one. Long story short, I went up on ebay and found one Monster Power 2500 for a resonable price, it fits perfectly in the space remaining in the rack and it has both Digital filter and Analog filter, it even come with the little light smile.gif .

So before I make a big mistake and explode my house, What is the difference between the two of them and what should I plug in Digital and what goes in Analog ?

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There is real gas in those tubes.. wink.gif

I would google the model number and words users guide or users manual and see what they say about the 2 supposed filters.. but for better results, smoke a joint prior to reading, the bull dung it will be more believable when high! biggrin.gif

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