1. Ron Resnick

    Equi=Tech 2RQ Versus PS Audio P10

    INTRODUCTION Terry Brent, the National Sales Manager of Equi=Tech, very kindly delivered to me to audition a brand new Equi-Tech 2RQ. The Equi=Tech 2RQ employs an isolation transformer and a balanced power circuit to, among other things, cancel common mode noise. The 2RQ is rated at 2kVA...
  2. Ron Resnick

    Isolation Transformer and Balanced Power versus PS Audio Regenerator

    Who has compared directly in the same system, on an apples-to-apples basis, an isolation transformer and balanced power device (e.g., Equi-Tech or Torus or Furman P-2400 IT) to a PS Audio power regenerator? What sonic differences did you hear between these two different power solutions? What...
  3. Ron Resnick

    Is a Lower Noise Floor, are "Blacker" Blacks, Consonant With the Music?

    Many audiophiles strive to lower the noise floor of their systems by various means. Many audiophiles install elaborate electrical infrastructures such as dedicated sub-panels and dedicated electrical lines ("circuits") to improve power flow and to reduce the noise in the AC powering their...

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