You've optimized your audio set-up with some proper speakers and an advanced DAC, but you're still missing one crucial component: regulated power. As the electricity flowing to your device can be uneven, you need a power conditioner to provide surge protection and even out the supply for marked sonic improvement. While the degree of improvement depends on how muddy your power was to begin with, the Yulong P18 Power Conditioner should make for a significant upgrade to any system, thanks to its enormous ferrite core (wound with 11AWG Pirelli Wire) and LITTLEFUSE varistor.
If you're a detail fiend, you need a power conditioner like the P18 to even out all of the sonic inconsistencies in your output. If you're already dropping $1000 on a DAC/Amp combo, why would you subject your system to electromagnetic interference? If all that function wasn't enough to sway you, how about a side of fashion? Constructed with a machined aluminum frame and an anodized finish, the Yulong P18 Power Conditioner is entirely attractive and extracts the highest quality sound from your pre-existing set-up.
We could go on about the P18 for days, but maybe you'd rather hear it from someone else:
"Ultimately, I can say that for some situations the Yulong Sabre P18 is a significant and worthwhile sonic upgrade. Just not consistently in all cases. But what is constant is the substantial protection from surges and other hazards, and the lack of any downside - even when it doesn't help the sound, I've never noticed a hindrance either. Which is actually kind of a big deal. When you consider the price and the size which seems ideal for headphone users, the Yulong P18 is very easy to recommend. If you have a decent system and have yet to invest in some type of power protection, you should look into it sooner rather than later, and the P18 could be just the thing." -project86's review on Head-Fi.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Oct 9, 2014 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected. To deliver the best value to the group the request will then be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Be sure to check the discussion page for updates.