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    Re: Should you plug the Gryphon or any other heavily regulated power amps straight to wall?

    Bryston

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    Re: Should you plug the Gryphon or any other heavily regulated power amps straight to wall?

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    Re: Should you plug the Gryphon or any other heavily regulated power amps straight to wall?

    True, but the point remains, the amp company is by implication endorsing the use of their power conditioners with their amps.

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    Re: Should you plug the Gryphon or any other heavily regulated power amps straight to wall?

    In this case I dont think endorsing is the same as designing and building.

    Quote Originally Posted by GSOphile View Post
    True, but the point remains, the amp company is by implication endorsing the use of their power conditioners with their amps.

 

 
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