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post #1 of 8 Old 01-03-2013, 06:51 PM - Thread Starter
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I searched these forum threads and did not see an official Richard Gray Power Company (RGPC) Thread. So, I will start one. I started w/ my 1st model 400 conditioner back in 2004.
In early 2006, I upgraded to the model 400 Pro to complement my Sony 34XBR960N HDTV
CRT. I would love to hear from others out there who utilize these outstanding products!
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Somebody is going to say this thread belongs in another category but before someone does I'll say that I love my Pole Pig + RGPC 400 Pro combo . I understand that a power regenerator such as the ones from PS Audio would do a better job at conditioning power but the star cluster of plugging RGPC products into each other has certainly improved my system . I've also read that it is dependent on the quality of the power you have coming off the pole . I originally heard about this product through Widescreen Review and I wanted to try it . Eventually I got my hands on the aforementioned Pole Pig which isolated the front end of the system for some further improvements .

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Hello jillbrazil,

I did research these threads prior to starting this link. Good to hear from you. Currently, I am seeking a Pole Pig as well. It seems that RGPC has discontinued this product. The 400/PP combo is bettered only by the Substation/600 or Substation/1200 combo.
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Any other satisfied RGPC owners out there?
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I have had very good results with the 1200C. it is a tank of a piece of equipment. I recall watching TV during some construction at the house and not a bit of interference despite several saws, tile cutters, etc. and other electrical tools operating at the time.
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I just purchased my first Richard Gray product, the RGPC 1200C, for my home theater installation. It will replace a very old Audio Power 122 that has been in use for more than a decade and has seen better days.

From the good things I've read about the 1200C it should be a worthy addition to my setup.
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I searched these forum threads and did not see an official Richard Gray Power Company (RGPC) Thread. So, I will start one. I started w/ my 1st model 400 conditioner back in 2004.
In early 2006, I upgraded to the model 400 Pro to complement my Sony 34XBR960N HDTV
CRT. I would love to hear from others out there who utilize these outstanding products!
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Somebody is going to say this thread belongs in another category but before someone does I'll say that I love my Pole Pig + RGPC 400 Pro combo . I understand that a power regenerator such as the ones from PS Audio would do a better job at conditioning power but the star cluster of plugging RGPC products into each other has certainly improved my system . I've also read that it is dependent on the quality of the power you have coming off the pole . I originally heard about this product through Widescreen Review and I wanted to try it . Eventually I got my hands on the aforementioned Pole Pig which isolated the front end of the system for some further improvements .
The tweaks forum is where most of these discussions take place. I ran a search using "richard" and "RGPC" as two separate searches in that forum. If interested there are about 40 threads using those search terms. Most have been locked. Why? Discussions on RGPC and other power conditioners tend to question their benefits (audio/video performance vs protection). Just a heads up.

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Thanks! for sharing- Ron.

I do not know why certain threads are locked either? I wonder if a subject has a short life-span here?
The so-called moderators are a joke as well.
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