AV Components
Two Power Conditioners from Audience Worthy of Applause
Audience, LLC, will ship its aR1p and aR6 that add to its Adept Response line of power conditioners in early June.
Audience Conditioner
Audience’s aR1p power conditioner
April 10, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

High-resolution audio cable and power conditioning manufacturer Audience, LLC, will have two additions to its Adept Response line of power conditioners shipping in early June—the single outlet aR1p and six-outlet aR6.

Adept Response power conditioners are designed to present the lowest possible impedance power path while providing wide bandwidth noise reduction, the company says. All Adept Response power products feature many benefits that are unique to the category, says Audience, including:

  • hand-wired 10 gauge equivalent power wire with no printed circuit boards
  • ultra-high efficiency filter components on every outlet
  • no high-resistance type series inductors
  • double filtering between outlets for maximum component-to-component isolation in multiple outlet models
  • non-resonant physical construction
  • award-winning powerChord from Audience included with select models

The new aR1p Adept Response power conditioner (MAP: $495) is a single-outlet system solution for high-resolution performance from both home theater and two-channel applications, including video projectors, video monitors, A/V receivers and mono block tower amplifiers. Potential interference is removed through a combination of an exceedingly wide bandwidth of RF filtration, power factor correction, and transient suppression and as a result, consumers experience state-of-the-art audio/video high-resolution performance from their home entertainment systems, the company says.

For homeowners who prefer a multi-outlet conditioner, the aR6 (MAP: $2,600) is a six-outlet system solution, with each outlet both individually and double-filtered to ensure true component-to-component isolation.

For more information, go to www.audience-av.com.

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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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