Originally Posted by oddeofile
YES!!! Two PS Audio Power Plant Premier's in my system power everything excecpt my two JL Audio F113 subs due to power demands on the subs.
I have run my system exclusiely on one form or another of the PS Audio Power Plants since 1998. I would not even think of running from the wall as the direct power from the wall sucks. Power variations, THD around 2.5% to 5%, and other noise and gunk just mucks up everything, including my KURO. On the Power Plant, it is reeeeeeeeally nice!
the Belkin may do something, what I don't know, but you should look into a good conditioner, definitely.
In my Home Theater system I also use a PS Audio Power Plant Premier power conditioner for my Kuro 151, BD player, and TiVo series 3 while I run a PS Audio Duet passive conditioner for my Denon 4308 receiver and SVS subwoofer.
I have a separate dedicated audio system that I now use different power conditioners including Balanced Power Technology and Audience Adept Response but like you I've used various older PS Audio conditioners there in the past since about 1990.
A/V SYSTEM: Sony Z9D 75" LCD main, LG EF9500 OLED, Anthem 525 5.1 channel amp, Anthem AVM 60 processor, ProAc D80 L+R, ProAc Response CC, AT surround Speakers, SVS SB12+ Sub, Oppo 203 and OPPO 103 BluRay players, TiVo Bolt, PS Audio P10 power plant, Auralex room treatments, black out curtains.
2 CHANNEL: Aurender N10 music server, Ayre QX-5 & PSAudio DS DACs, PS Audio DMP tranport, ARC Ref6 preamp, ARC Ref75SE or Ayre VX-5 20 amps, Sonus Faber Amati Futura speakers.