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UPS for LG E7, Oppo 203 and Denon X4300H

Hey folks, not sure if this is the right place for it but I was wondering if this UPS would be ok to use with my 55" E7, the Oppo 203 and the Denon X4300h, mainly during firmware updates. We don't get a lot of power outages in our area, but there is always that one or two time a year where it goes out for a quick second. I'm thinking this should be enough, but they do have higher wattage ones available if needed

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16842102132

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I have the 1500VA version of that one for my main theater system and its worked great. I currently just have my projector, AVR, network switch and XB1 using the UPS sockets. Gives me enough time to safely power down the projector during power loss which was my primary reason for getting a UPS. Which, here in Florida that is a rather common occurrence
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I wouldn't worry too much about power loss during a firmware update, each of those components can recover in reality should they suffer a power loss during updating. It's best not to interrupt such process but using a 1500 KVA should be enough to keep it running until it finishes. The chance of an update happing during a power loss is slim as you would have to hit it at the right time. Upgrading during such a time would be rare I would think. Now for having a projector in a power loss prone area makes sense to me. Projects need to cool the lamps in order not to diminish life etc.

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Thanks guys, I think I'll hold off on it until the prices go back down again. I just missed the 1500va one on sale for $179.
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