AV Components
Furman Enhances Elite Series Power Conditioners’ Looks
The Elite 'i' models will feature smooth, black steel contours, LED lights as well as a remote control capabilities.
Furman Elite
Furman’s Elite 20 PFi power conditioner
March 19, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Furman Sound, a leading provider of AC power management solutions, has bowed a refined new look and enhanced features for its Elite Series power conditioners. The bold yet elegant new designs feature smooth contours of black steel with clear blue LED lights, while new 12-V triggering adds remote control capabilities for convenient operation, the company says.

The new Elite Series units will be designated with a letter “i” at the end of each model number to differentiate them from the original Elite series. The new family of power conditioners features the same uncompromising level of performance customers have come to expect from Furman. However, in addition to the technologies that made the originals so popular, such as Linear Filtering Technology (LiFT) and virtually non-sacrificial surge suppression, the Elite Series will now add 12-volt triggering for remote control.

The company aims to have its new Elite Series blend in and complement the sleek A/V components incorporated into today’s home theater systems, it says. Of course, that will come with top-notch levels of protection and noise reduction that Furman prides itself on, the company says.

Furman’s refined and technologically enhanced Elite i-Series will begin shipping in late March with the exception of the Elite 20 PFi, which is currently shipping. The original Elite products will be available while supplies last.

Visit www.furmansound.com for more.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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