Furman Sound P-8 PRO C


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Furman Sound P-8 PRO C

Power conditioner
With a minimalistic front panel design for use in applications where front panel metering and illumination are not required, the P-8 PRO C features include a 20A rating and renowned Furman Series Multi-Stage Protection (SMP), which virtually eliminates service calls, thanks to the technology's ability to safely absorb, clamp and dissipate transient voltages. Ensuring optimal performance, the nine-outlet device is also equipped with Linear Filtering Technology (LiFT) to protect against digital data loss and damage from extreme voltage spikes and excessive AC noise, while removing the need to reboot digital presets. With Extreme Voltage Shutdown (EVS), the P-8 PRO C safeguards gear from sustained over-voltage conditions by constantly monitoring incoming voltage. In the event of a voltage over 137VAC, the unit and all connected equipment are immediately shut down.
707-763-1010
info@furmansound.com
www.furmansound.com


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