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I have a question for all of you wizards out there. (I didn't see a more appropriate area of the forum for A/C power discussion, so I am posting here.) I have suspicion that voltage drops / brownouts have caused some havoc on our home-automation control system (Crestron). I am currently researching power conditioners, regenerators, UPS, etc. Even within the confusing, subjective world of audio, this area seems like a particularly dark black hole. Question: Does anyone know of a device or tool which can be used to monitor a home’s electrical system? I am envisioning a connected device that can be plugged into an A/C outlet and it measures/monitors/logs spikes, surges, dips, noise on the home's wiring. Real time monitoring would be OK, but the real value would be to see the results over a period of time (a week or so). Any help appreciated. Thanks, Bart
For sale is SOtM Tx-usbUltra with Clock Input Option (50ohm connector) Virtually new condition. Bought couple weeks back and I do not need it. Hence, look for new home for it. I've opened and tested the tx-usbultra making sure it's working fine. < 20 hrs. Power setting is set at 6.5-8.5v and it can be powered with 9v. It comes with 9v power adapter and a usb cable. original box. New is $1200. Asking: $950 shipped and paypal fee included. Ship USA only. I have long history of excellent Agon and ebay feedback 100%. Bay area local pickup welcome, please be free to inquire location. Paypal with friend payment (no fee) and cash are welcome.... $50 less. Thank you for viewing
As some may or may not be aware Amir at AudioScienceReview.com has been benching DACs for some Jitter/Distortion base lining. The worst measuring DAC he has is a Schitt Modi 2 that he applied the Regen ISO against (other DAC's remained unaffected).