Does it harm sound quality plugging your amp into....
Would plugging my power amplifier and preamplifier and/or my power conditioner into a Leviton AFCI/GFCI (has both) outlet cause a loss in sound quality/fidelity?
FWIW, I have a PS Audio PowerPort Classic just sitting not being used. Would it be worth losing the benefits of what the AFCI/GFCI Leviton outlet does for my circuit?
Whether it’s a good thing or not, the only outlet that’s readily accessible for powering my audio system seems to be the outlet that’s at the start of the 20A circuit, which is what the AFCI/GFCI installation instructions specifically require. The benefit is it protects every other outlet downstream within the same circuit from ground faults and arcing I believe. Anyways what would you do?
And can me using this special Leviton outlet to power my audio equipment actually cause a serious drop in overall system volume/output and drop in fidelity?
Because to me it seems like it is and I’m starting to think it’s this AFCI/GFCI outlet I just installed.... any advice or input is greatly appreciated, thank you all.
Do it all or don't do it at all.
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