PS AUDIO DEBUTS P20 POWER PLANT
In 1997, Boulder Colorado based PS Audio released the P300 power regenerator. In the decades that have passed audiophiles and professionals have come to learn the importance of power filtering, or 'conditioning' and the role it plays in high-end audio.
This weekend PS Audio are previewing their latest creation and flagship power regenerator, the P20 Power Plant.
StereoNET's roving reporter, Scott Rifkin, caught up with PS Audio's CEO, Paul McGowan at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest who said:
The P20 Power Plant is the next step in power regeneration, offering lower distortion, lower output impedance, more output devices and greater current capacity than any product on the market. The P20 also features a unique new graphical user interface (GUI) which provides more information on both input and output signals than ever before.
Paul also tells us that the P20 also features a unique new graphical user interface (GUI) which provides more information on both input and output signals than ever before.
Not a lot of technical information is available as yet, but the company says that the P20 builds substantially upon the P10 many audiophiles are already familiar with, boasting "significant performance gains."
Paul compared the P20 to the P10, saying that there is three times the energy storage, three times lower output impedance, half the distortion, 40% more power and a "clear and unquestionable improvement in sound quality."
Shown above with US power outlets.
The P20 features four high-current power outlets and a massive 12 standard power outlets.
The P20 Power Plant is expected to be available in January 2018, but U.S and local pricing haven't been confirmed at time of writing.
For more information visit PS Audio.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.
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