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Old 11-06-2018, 10:25 AM
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Thanks for this discussion. The info is very helpful to me. As I have two 20 amp dedicated lines, I’m leaning towards two units. One Niagara 7000, which I’ll plug my MSB Select II DAC into the Low Current Outlets and my left amp and left speaker (subwoofer amp) into the High Current Outlets. One Niagara 5000, which I’ll plug my right amp and right speaker (subwoofer amp) into the High Current Outlets.

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Old 11-06-2018, 10:30 AM
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Charles - Glad to help clear this up! Sounds like your setup is really optimized by using the 7000 for all of your sources, so they're all benefiting from the isolation transformers.

Ken - Sounds like you've got a very solid plan as well!

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Thanks for this discussion. The info is very helpful to me. As I have two 20 amp dedicated lines, Iím leaning towards two units. One Niagara 7000, which Iíll plug my MSB Select II DAC into the Low Current Outlets and my left amp and left speaker (subwoofer amp) into the High Current Outlets. One Niagara 5000, which Iíll plug my right amp and right speaker (subwoofer amp) into the High Current Outlets.

Ken
Hi Ken, just checking in to see if you had progressed with your Niagara review. Iím hoping to get one in house for a demo within the next few weeks. My focus area is to see if the Niagara impacts system dynamics at all. Mixed reports on this topic...
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