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Audio Line Source is adding Richard Gray's Power Company Model 600S to its product lineup. The 600S offers all the same benefits as the company's larger 1200S, but at a more attractive price, making it a key purchase for the more budget-conscious audio/video enthusiast with a smaller system.
This smaller version of the 1200S is built with 6 Hubbell outlets and a 20-amp system. It may be linked with other Richard Gray's units in a "star-cluster array" to achieve even greater improvements in most systems.
The 600S uses an "electric flywheel effect to store and instantaneously release energy on-demand to supply current to components that are often starved for it by the resistance of a soft AC line."
The benefits to video components are more vibrant colors and better black-level detail for increased front-to-back dimensionality in all video formats. The benefits to audio equipment are increased dynamics, better bass response and a more effortless presentation of the music.
The 600S absorbs surges and actually protects the onboard metal oxide varister that is set to blow only if a surge makes its way past the inductor.
Suggested retail for the Richard Gray's 600S is $1,200 in anodized black and $1,300 in anodized silver.
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