Audioquest’s power filtration removes more noise and distortion than most common power conditioners, dramatically improving your system's performance. Unlike traditional surge protectors, non-sacrificial surge suppression prevents both high voltage and current from damaging your equipment, ensuring that your PowerQuest device won’t fail over time.
In addition, the PowerQuest PQ-2 features both a slim profile and a rugged floor-mounting stand that makes it ideal for mounting behind cabinets. Power cords plug straight down to the top-layer AC outlets, making installation trouble free. For those who prefer shelf mounting, the bottom stand can be easily removed. This allows easy access to all six power outlets.
- Non-Sacrificial: Nothing to damage with repeated 6000V/3000A input surge tests, which is the maximum that can survive a building’s AC electrical panel
- 140VAC: Will activate the main power circuit relay to open within less than 0.25 seconds; automatically resets once the incoming power is within a safe range.
- Differential-Mode Noise Dissipation: In excess of 22dB reduction from 30kHz-1GHz. Filter linearized for dynamic (rising) line impedance with frequency from 0.05 Ohms (source) and 10 to 50 Ohm load, (system current dependent).
- 4K/8K Video Optimized Outlet: In addition to the Linear Filter, this outlet offers additional Noise-Dissipation technology to maximize TV performance.
- Input Current Maximum Capacity: 15 AMPS RMS
- Signal Line Protection:Cable/Satellite
- 6 AC Outlets: 1x 4K/8K Video Optimized Ultra-Linear Filter; 1x High-Current; 4x Linear Filter
- USB Charge Capacity: 2X Ports - Total Capacity 3.4 AMPS
- Directionally Optimized Concentric-Geometry Audioquest Power Cord
- Dimensions (W x H x D): (14.9 x 6 x 2.6”)
- Weight: 2 lbs
- UPC: 092592098930
- MPN: PQ2
- Power Conditioners
Substantial surge protection
Even if you live in a city with "clean" and consistent power supply through wall outlets, you can never predict when lightning will strike (literally). The manual for this thing says that if your house is directly hit by lightning, you don't have to do anything if this surge protector continues to function normally. It is meant to withstand a direct strike. As far as benefits of "power conditioning," I may have a tin ear, but I don't hear a difference. However, I do. believe this protects delicate electronics from spiking service. And, it's worth it for that.