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Re: [RFI] Power conditioners / regenerators

To: Gary@ka1j.com, rfi@contesting.com
Subject: Re: [RFI] Power conditioners / regenerators
From: "Ray, W4BYG" <w4byg@att.net>
Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 13:59:30 -0400
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I accomplish the same thing by running my station on a 2 KVA Staco double conversion, sine wave output, power corrected, UPS. They or online full time. The AC output is fully isolated from the incoming house power. The house power only keeps the batteries charged. They are available used in good condition for sale at reasonable prices online.

The company I recently retired from has some 3 KVA Staco units for sale at good prices, with good recent batteries.

Ray, W4BYG

On 10/18/2014 1:43 PM, Gary Smith wrote:
I have been reading on several audiophile forums about "regenerators"
that take the line AC, convert it to DC, filter it and recreate AC
with a "perfect" AC minus interference originally coming in on the
line. Some of these are a few hundred dollars on fleabay, and over
the price of a fully loaded new K3 when new.

Here's one company's ad which seems to bring up all the touted
I use that one because they provided examples and graphs.

I'm not going to be spotting that large money for my stereo or rig
but I'm wondering if there is some benefit to running everything in
the shack except for the amplifier from such a source?


Gary, KA1J

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