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Item: IsoTek EVO3 Aquarius Black Location: Melbourne Price: PRICE DROP $2000 ($2750 RRP) FREE DELIVERY Item Condition: New in box complete with IsoTek Premier cable Reason for selling: Got a great deal on a Sigmas Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Direct transfer Extra Info: This unit is brand new, never out the box, I opened the box to confirm the Premier cable was inside I was offered a IsoTek Sigmas as part of a package so I don't need this. One of the most cost-effective upgrades you can buy for any high-quality audio system, Aquarius is a multi-award-winning six-way mains conditioner that redefined the power cleaning market. Two high-current outlets are provided for amplifiers, subwoofers and so on, with four medium-current sockets for other components. Removes Common Mode and Differential Mode mains noise. RFI reduction 60dB. Six unique conditioning stages ensure optimal isolation between all outlets, eliminating Differential Mode cross- contamination. KERP© (Kirchoff’s Equal Resistance Path) ensures equal resistance and equal power delivery to all outlets. No outlet gets power before the next, a common problem with other power products which daisy chain outlets together. 67,500A of instantaneous protection, featuring IsoTek’s unique sequential protection system. Internal wiring; solid core silver plated OFC copper with FEP and virtual air dielectric technology. Two high-current outlets delivering 3,680W continuous power. Four medium-current outlets delivering 1,150W continuous power. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
Spotted these Australian made cables advertised on the Aussie Audio Mart recently. Has anyone tried them yet and are they really worth the extravagent prices advertised? https://siasfodna.com/collections/all They also have a couple of power cables on offer with obviously non-compliant 3-pin plugs and very suspect cable construction. Don't these manufacturer's research their legal obligations before offering this sort of dodgy product to the market? Somehow I don't think EnergySafe would consider the "SMD patent pending Technology" of their cable construction as excusing them from having to comply with AU/NZS 3112 and 3191 requirements.