Panamax Has Power Management for Under $150
The entry-level MFP-300 promises clean, noise-free power for HD flat panels.
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December 07, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

After you purchase that giant TV, the chances of having money left over for something like a power conditioner is as slim as the set you purchased. Panamax wants you to spend the extra money on a flat-panel, so they’ve announced that the MFP-300 will be just $149.95.

This entry-level power management solution promises clean, noise-free power to high-def flat panels. That translates to a better picture, better sound, and protection against over/undervoltages.

“When consumers purchase a new HDTV at a reseller, the low cost of the MFP-300 allows consumers to easily add on the power cleaning and filtration they need to get the most out of their investment and receive a truly stunning viewing experience,” said Dave Keller, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Panamax and Furman.

Perfect for wall-mounting, the unit’s slim form factor keeps your focus on the big screen and less on shiny metal boxes.

Start saving your pennies from holiday purchases; the MFP-300 will be available in January 2008.


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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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