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  1. View Classified PS Audio DirectStream PowerPlant P12 - Audiophile REGENERATOR Up for sale is the most powerful compact AC regenerator, the P12 regenerates new, safe, and pure AC from your home's power outlets for breathtaking improvement. I have had P10 previously, P12 is much better. This is the current line model New costs $6000 Mine in perfect condition Asking $3500 plus shipping and PayPal fee Both rated 1250VA, both were working only at 200-250W when all my equipment is on and playing at a pretty loud levels. So this compact power plant has the same headroom as his three times bigger predecessor. The same power rating, but through P12 music sounds much more dynamic, yet relaxed, without any restraint. And it's because P12 has 3x LOWER OUTPUT IMPEDENCE so the connected equipment can draw juice much easier. DESCRIPTION FROM THE PS AUDIO SITE Power regeneration uses active components, like those found in large, powerful audio amplifiers, to rebuild the AC power and produce clean, clear, distortion-free, regulated AC to the equipment. The results of feeding your equipment with low output impedance are dramatic: unrestrained dynamics even under the loudest passages, an open, wide soundstage that does not collapse with volume and a naturalness to the music that is remarkable. The DirectStream Power Plant 12 takes your incoming AC power and regenerate new sine-wave-perfect, regulated high current AC power. In the process of regeneration any problems on your power line such as low voltage, distorted waveforms, sagging power and noise are eliminated. The results are both audibly and visually stunning when powering either audio or video products. Further, the level of protection afforded connected equipment is extraordinary. Feel 100% confident that a P12 will provide pure and safe power under any condition. Don’t starve your music or risk damaging your equipment. A P12 gives you greatly improved performance and safety from just plugging into the wall socket and far better dynamics, bass and a much bigger, open soundstage than any passive power conditioner on the market. DESIGN The P12 takes your incoming AC power, converts it to DC, and then regenerates it, producing new sine-wave-perfect, regulated high current AC power. The input voltage to the P12 is fully protected by state-of-the-art clamping devices and the output is fully regulated, so even large voltage swings that would normally damage connected equipment are made safe by either clamping or regulating. The P12 PowerPlant features 8 outlets (US version) across 4 separate zones and delivers 1250 watts of pure, regenerated power to each receptacle through thick, copper busbars. APPLICATION In the process of regeneration, any problems on your power line, such as low voltage, distorted waveforms, and sagging power, are eliminated. With your system powered directly from the output of the P12, you can expect far better micro and macro dynamics, as well as cleaner, lower background noise. This is one of the most important pieces of audio equipment you can own, building a firm and reliable foundation for your system that will serve you for years to come. Seller Anton_s0s Date 11/23/21 Price 3,500.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products  
  2. Time Left: 20 days and 5 hours

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    This is the current line model New costs $6000 Mine in perfect condition Asking $3500 plus shipping and PayPal fee Up for sale is the most powerful compact AC regenerator. The P12 regenerates new, safe, and pure AC from your home's power outlets for breathtaking improvement. Rated as 1250VA, but working only at 200-250W when all my equipment is on and playing at a pretty loud levels. So this compact power plant has a lot of headroom. DESCRIPTION FROM THE PS AUDIO SITE Power regeneration uses active components, like those found in large, powerful audio amplifiers, to rebuild the AC power and produce clean, clear, distortion-free, regulated AC to the equipment. The results of feeding your equipment with low output impedance are dramatic: unrestrained dynamics even under the loudest passages, an open, wide soundstage that does not collapse with volume and a naturalness to the music that is remarkable. The DirectStream Power Plant 12 takes your incoming AC power and regenerate new sine-wave-perfect, regulated high current AC power. In the process of regeneration any problems on your power line such as low voltage, distorted waveforms, sagging power and noise are eliminated. The results are both audibly and visually stunning when powering either audio or video products. Further, the level of protection afforded connected equipment is extraordinary. Feel 100% confident that a P12 will provide pure and safe power under any condition. Don’t starve your music or risk damaging your equipment. A P12 gives you greatly improved performance and safety from just plugging into the wall socket and far better dynamics, bass and a much bigger, open soundstage than any passive power conditioner on the market. DESIGN The P12 takes your incoming AC power, converts it to DC, and then regenerates it, producing new sine-wave-perfect, regulated high current AC power. The input voltage to the P12 is fully protected by state-of-the-art clamping devices and the output is fully regulated, so even large voltage swings that would normally damage connected equipment are made safe by either clamping or regulating. The P12 PowerPlant features 8 outlets (US version) across 4 separate zones and delivers 1250 watts of pure, regenerated power to each receptacle through thick, copper busbars. APPLICATION In the process of regeneration, any problems on your power line, such as low voltage, distorted waveforms, and sagging power, are eliminated. With your system powered directly from the output of the P12, you can expect far better micro and macro dynamics, as well as cleaner, lower background noise. This is one of the most important pieces of audio equipment you can own, building a firm and reliable foundation for your system that will serve you for years to come.

    3,500.00 USD

  3. Time Left: 23 days and 5 hours

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    Up for sale PS Audio PerfectWave Power Plant P10 *** THE NEWEST VERSION *** Power Plant provides a cleaner and more stable power to your system by remaking the 120 volt AC so it is free from noise and remains stable. REGENERATOR is a way better choice for a Hi-End system than any power conditioner. Regenerator is the best you can do for any Hi-End system. Regenerator is recommended to enhance sound quality of any kind of system. Regenerator is the only way if you have an old wiring in a house or you live in an apartment, and you can't afford a power line dedicated to your stereo set. Only with a Regenerator you can eliminate voltage surges and dips along with power line ripple. All functions are available from the touch screen or from the web interface! That means that you can control it through your phone or PC. Major functions are also available from the included stock PS Audio remote. Condition is used, but very good. The unit itself is in excellent condition. The only one thing shows some signs of use is the glossy top plate. The worst thing I can find is a hair line scratch on this top glossy plate, it's closer to the rear, and it's very hard to see. Most likely it will go away after polished, I just don't have any polish around. It hasn't been used a lot. It has not been used in the past year as I have set up a dedicated purified power line, and my power is clean enough. So I thought to pass it along to the audiophile community. Please see the pictures attached as they are a part of the description. Comes with remote, power cable, all original packing materials (foams and double box). Cost $5500 new Asking $3150 Buyer pays shipping cost and PayPal fee. Description from the manufacturer: The PerfectWave P10 is the gold standard for safety, reliability, and high-performance AC power regeneration. P10s are tireless performers: 24/7, 365 days a year—reliably and faithfully powering thousands of high-end audio and video systems around the world. The P10 regenerates new, pure, safe, and unrestricted AC power. The PerfectWave P10 is the largest and most advanced high-end personal power generating station in the world. Capable of powering any size system with pure sine wave power, generated internally with a fully analog power amplifier, the P10 brings forth all that’s possible from your system and ensures you get the same great performance every time you listen. The P10 is our biggest and best Power Plant yet. With 5 separate regenerated zones and 1500 watts of pure regenerated power, the P10 can handle any size system you want to power. From medium to large power amplifiers to the smallest pieces of source equipment, the P10 will work magic on your system’s performance. Only the very finest high-end system around the world uses the P10 Power Plant and this is the piece to strive for. With your system powered directly from the output of the P10, dynamics and openness are breathtaking. New voices, new harmonics, and a renewed sense of musicality are yours the moment the P10 starts up. This is one of the most important pieces of audio equipment you can own, building a firm and reliable foundation for your system that will serve you for years to come.

    3,150.00 USD

  4. View Classified PS Audio PerfectWave Power Plant P10 ‐ Audiophile REGENERATOR Conditioner Up for sale PS Audio PerfectWave Power Plant P10 *** THE NEWEST VERSION *** Power Plant provides a cleaner and more stable power to your system by remaking the 120 volt AC so it is free from noise and remains stable. REGENERATOR is a way better choice for a Hi-End system than any power conditioner. Regenerator is the best you can do for any Hi-End system. Regenerator is recommended to enhance sound quality of any kind of system. Regenerator is the only way if you have an old wiring in a house or you live in an apartment, and you can't afford a power line dedicated to your stereo set. Only with a Regenerator you can eliminate voltage surges and dips along with power line ripple. All functions are available from the touch screen or from the web interface! That means that you can control it through your phone or PC. Major functions are also available from the included stock PS Audio remote. Condition is used, but very good. The unit itself is in excellent condition. The only one thing shows some signs of use is the glossy top plate. The worst thing I can find is a hair line scratch on this top glossy plate, it's closer to the rear, and it's very hard to see. Most likely it will go away after polished, I just don't have any polish around. It hasn't been used a lot. It has not been used in the past year as I have set up a dedicated purified power line, and my power is clean enough. So I thought to pass it along to the audiophile community. Please see the pictures attached as they are a part of the description. Comes with remote, power cable, all original packing materials (foams and double box). Cost $5500 new Asking $3150 Buyer pays shipping cost and PayPal fee. Description from the manufacturer: The PerfectWave P10 is the gold standard for safety, reliability, and high-performance AC power regeneration. P10s are tireless performers: 24/7, 365 days a year—reliably and faithfully powering thousands of high-end audio and video systems around the world. The P10 regenerates new, pure, safe, and unrestricted AC power. The PerfectWave P10 is the largest and most advanced high-end personal power generating station in the world. Capable of powering any size system with pure sine wave power, generated internally with a fully analog power amplifier, the P10 brings forth all that’s possible from your system and ensures you get the same great performance every time you listen. The P10 is our biggest and best Power Plant yet. With 5 separate regenerated zones and 1500 watts of pure regenerated power, the P10 can handle any size system you want to power. From medium to large power amplifiers to the smallest pieces of source equipment, the P10 will work magic on your system’s performance. Only the very finest high-end system around the world uses the P10 Power Plant and this is the piece to strive for. With your system powered directly from the output of the P10, dynamics and openness are breathtaking. New voices, new harmonics, and a renewed sense of musicality are yours the moment the P10 starts up. This is one of the most important pieces of audio equipment you can own, building a firm and reliable foundation for your system that will serve you for years to come. Seller Anton_s0s Date 08/28/21 Price 3,300.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products  
  5. View Classified Balanced Audio Technology VK-200 - BAT Power Amplifier - 100 Watts/Ch Here is an awesome power amplifier from Balanced Audio Technology - the VK-200. New cost $3595. Buyer pays shipping and fees. It features a fully balanced circuit that has a power output of 100 watts/ch into 8 ohms. But a power rating of a huge 1200VA says that it has much more juice! I had a chance to compare it to Bryston. Bryston 4b SST has the same 1200VA rating, but it rated as 300 wpc.. looks like BAT measures three times as more conservative than Bryston 😃 Even though Bryston 4b SST is highly sought after, BAT VK-200 performs better in every aspect: deeper and more controlled bass, more transparent and wider soundstage, more musicality overall and more balanced sound. And all these benefits are due to MOSFET technology. It's the best of two worlds: tunes and solid state. Rear about it for yourself. This unit is in very good cosmetic condition and works perfectly. The only flaw - is in the picture attached: one little scuff. Please see pictures attached as they are a part of the description. It comes with a stock power cord. The package is not original, but with foaming and safe for shipping even to Mars. Specifications Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Power rating 1200 VA Frequency response: 2Hz to 200kHz Gain: 25 dB Input sensitivity: 1.6V Dimensions: 18" x 19" x 7" Shipping Weight: 70lb Seller Anton_s0s Date 03/14/21 Price 10.00 USD Category Amplifiers
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    Here is an awesome power amplifier from Balanced Audio Technology - the VK-200. New cost $3595. Buyer pays shipping and fees. It features a fully balanced circuit that has a power output of 100 watts/ch into 8 ohms. But a power rating of a huge 1200VA says that it has much more juice! I had a chance to compare it to Bryston. Bryston 4b SST has the same 1200VA rating, but it rated as 300 wpc.. looks like BAT measures three times as more conservative than Bryston 😃 Even though Bryston 4b SST is highly sought after, BAT VK-200 performs better in every aspect: deeper and more controlled bass, more transparent and wider soundstage, more musicality overall and more balanced sound. And all these benefits are due to MOSFET technology. It's the best of two worlds: tunes and solid state. Rear about it for yourself. This unit is in very good cosmetic condition and works perfectly. The only flaw - is in the picture attached: one little scuff. Please see pictures attached as they are a part of the description. It comes with a stock power cord. The package is not original, but with foaming and safe for shipping even to Mars. Specifications Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Power rating 1200 VA Frequency response: 2Hz to 200kHz Gain: 25 dB Input sensitivity: 1.6V Dimensions: 18" x 19" x 7" Shipping Weight: 70lb

    10.00 USD

  7. View Classified Sean Jacobs DC3 - $2600 Up for sale is my Sean Jacobs DC3 LPS Here are the specs: Description Sean Jacobs DC3 4 rail custom built Linear Power Supply Custom 600VA transformer, Mundorf PSU capacitors, Neotech OCC internal DC wiring, Earth terminal, white internal LED, 4xXLR output sockets with labelled DC outputs at: 12V 5A (current boost module), 12V 5A (current boost module), 12V 3A (standard regulator module) 12V 3A (standard regulator module) Output voltages variable (each output has a built in potentiometer) This DC3 was built in September 2019, and build cost was £2,600. I am the second owner and have used it to power a Ubiquiti fiber router, 2 x modded Buffalo Switches, Synology 2 bay NAS. It brought a significant improvement to my previous setup where I used Farad Super 3s to power my network components. I am local to Sean Jacob's technician and he will be able to adjust the voltages on the rails to suit your needs before shipping out to you - I understand this is something that you can do yourself by opening the lid and making some adjustments easily. Optional items are 4 of Nenon's custom Mundorf silver-gold XLR DC cables @ 1foot @2.1mm termination. I will add these for $225 each. I also have footers that I can leave on the DC3 for $200. All in, price is $3650. If you are interested in individual cables, please contact me. Pricing is firm as I am not in a hurry to sell. Buyer to cover shipping and PayPal. Image here is from the former owner's listing. I can provide more at potential buyer's request. Seller adamaley Date 01/23/21 Price 2,600.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products
  8. This listing is completed.

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Up for sale is my Sean Jacobs DC3 LPS Here are the specs: Description Sean Jacobs DC3 4 rail custom built Linear Power Supply Custom 600VA transformer, Mundorf PSU capacitors, Neotech OCC internal DC wiring, Earth terminal, white internal LED, 4xXLR output sockets with labelled DC outputs at: 12V 5A (current boost module), 12V 5A (current boost module), 12V 3A (standard regulator module) 12V 3A (standard regulator module) Output voltages variable (each output has a built in potentiometer) This DC3 was built in September 2019, and build cost was £2,600. I am the second owner and have used it to power a Ubiquiti fiber router, 2 x modded Buffalo Switches, Synology 2 bay NAS. It brought a significant improvement to my previous setup where I used Farad Super 3s to power my network components. I am local to Sean Jacob's technician and he will be able to adjust the voltages on the rails to suit your needs before shipping out to you - I understand this is something that you can do yourself by opening the lid and making some adjustments easily. Optional items are 4 of Nenon's custom Mundorf silver-gold XLR DC cables @ 1foot @2.1mm termination. I will add these for $225 each. I also have footers that I can leave on the DC3 for $200. All in, price is $3650. If you are interested in individual cables, please contact me. Pricing is firm as I am not in a hurry to sell. Buyer to cover shipping and PayPal. Image here is from the former owner's listing. I can provide more at potential buyer's request.

    2,600.00 USD

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