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Thread Starter 
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
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Originally Posted by Corey Bryant View Post

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.
post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
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!
post #4 of 4
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.
Edited by Scout's staff - 11/12/12 at 8:50am
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