If you're looking for audiophile eye candy, then this conditioner isn't for you. If you're looking for a conditioner that does its job and does it very well, then you've come to the right place.
This conditioner was used for three months before realizing, living at the end of a dirt road literally at the edge of the power grid, I needed more than conditioning to deal with the voltage swings here at the edge. This filter was replaced by a PS Audio Power Plant Premier and is now redundant. My loss could be your gain.
The ISO-17 from Electronic Specialists has laboratory grade filters and suppressor. Each of the four outlets is on a separate "channel" with its own dedicated filter.
From the website:
"Digital Audio systems are frequently afflicted with equipment interaction problems. Power amplifiers affect the power line, which in turn adversely affect the low level devices such as CD player, tuner, equalizer, etc."
"Filter Isolator systems are employed when several elements within an operating system interact due to electrical interference created on the common AC Power line by one or more devices in the system. Note: Isolation transformers generally do not solve equipment interaction problems."
"High performance filters placed in power lines feeding each high powered device and each low level sensor effectively isolate devices from each other and from the Power Line."
Specs. can be found on the web site (see link).