FURUTECH ADL power supply box E-TP60


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Sale price$336.00USD
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FURUTECH ADL power supply box E-TP60

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FURUTECH ADL power supply box E-TP60

Home AC power supplies are contaminated by noise from inverters and digital devices, making it difficult for audio and visual equipment to fully demonstrate their performance. FURUTECH has developed the e-TP60 power strip, which absorbs noise from contaminated AC power supplies and enables clean AC power to be extracted by utilizing our R&D technologies for audio cables and accessories. The e-TP60+GC-303 AC Power Distributor eliminates household power supply noise and provides a clean power source to fully demonstrate the capabilities of audio/visual equipment. The internal wiring uses FURUTECH μ-14 wire (14 AWG). The outlet uses FURUTECH's high-quality audio grade outlets to provide a stable, high-quality power supply. FURUTECH GC-303, a special electromagnetic wave absorbing material, is used on the bottom of the main unit to provide non-contact noise suppression due to its electromagnetic wave absorbing effect. FURUTECH's high quality 24K gold-plated audio grade outlets use Alpha conductors for lossless energy transmission. All metal parts are treated with FURUTECH's Alpha process.

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