AudioPrism Power Foundation Ia Noise Filter
Now comes with optional inline surge protector!
Unlike many power line of filters which limit current or otherwise restrict what type component that can be connected to it, the ACFX Power-Line Filter enables any attached
component, even an amplifier to perform at maximum dynamic range with maximum filtration. The Quietline Noise Reduction System, another AudioPrism innovation, passively shunts noise commonly found "riding" on power
lines throughout your listening environment.
Now included in the AudioPrism power product family is the Power Foundation Series of centralized power distribution and filtration components. The Power Foundation features technology found in both the ACFX and the Quietline Noise Reduction System, with an
entirely new industrial design that enables every component in your system to benefit from power line noise reduction.
Power Foundation is available in three different models to address any installation requirement. All have eight low contact resistance, industrial grade, Hubble outlets, a noise-free magnetic circuit breaker and a detachable four foot
Foundation HC High Current Power Cord.
With the Foundation I, two of its eight outlets are dedicated for use with digital electronics (engineered to keep digital noise from radiating back on to the power line.) All outlets provide Quietline filtration. Reduces noise from TVs, microwave ovens, computers, power
tools and other household electrical noise sources. Features include high current capacity with resetable circuit breaker and detachable power cord.
Factory upgradable to the Power Foundation 2 or 3
"Clarity dynamics, imaging, and apparent power all improved substantially, so much so I deemed the Foundation III "essential component" and mailed AudioPrism a check." - Barry Willis, Stereophile Magazine December 1998, Vol. 2 1, No 12
"I haven't tested everything available, but the Foundation line condition with multiple outlets from AudioPrism does a great job of reducing grain and solidifying the overall picture. It was beautiful the way detail was brought out of denser, deeper colors." - Bound For Sound May, 1998