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Old 9th March 2013, 08:34 PM   #1
sturoc is offline sturoc  United States
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Default Voltage regulator for DAW

I have several Furmans in use right now. A PL-plus hooked to the studios DAW. This model doesn't regulate the 120v coming in though.
Since our power in the area can be sometimes alittle dirty and we do get the occasional black out -We are researching back-up power supplies- It seems prudent to keep power regulated as best when can.
I would like to know if I can add into the Furman's chassis a voltage regulator or DIY build a stand alone unit that I can plug several Furmans into. The power draw is fairly modest there are no power amps in the rack just some outboard F/X units and an E-mu sampler
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