Belkin PureAV Home Theater Power Console -Black
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- Level 4 power protection
- Phase 6 Pure Filter Circuitry with isolated digital, video, audio, and HiCurrent filters
- Advanced Overvoltage Protection
- Central LCD control panel allows you to monitor voltage and current from individual outlet banks
- Programmable outlet banks allow you to set switched and delay functionality for each outlet bank
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The Power Console PF60 delivers the ultimate power conditioning for serious audiophiles and home theater enthusiasts. With 13 programmable outlets and Phase 6 Pure Filter Circuitry, the PF60 offers six isolated filters to provide clean and clear power to all of your valuable components. The LCD status display allows users to monitor input voltage and output current on each individual bank of outlets. Each PureAV Power Console is loaded with innovative features, such as Multiphase Pure Filter Circuitry, designed to remove electrical noise. Our advanced design isolates audio, video, and digital components, and prevents noise created by one connected component from contaminating the entire system. Built-in Advanced Overvoltage Protection automatically disconnects power from your equipment when the input voltage reaches a dangerous level, and restores power automatically when the voltage returns to a safe level.
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The Belkin PureAV states that it can provide such a good protection that it comes with an insurance for $ 500,000 worth if it doesn't protect your equipments, lifetime worth. Well, if I have $5,000 worth is already too much, imagine 100x that! You don't need anything bigger or more expensive than this.
There are 6 REALLY individual banks each with 2 outlets (there's a difference on separating and individual) that one can see if geeking around some forums or want to open the unit by yourself.
The outlets can be individually programmed by switches on the back for always-on, switched, or switched with delay. Each individual energy bank has a function for it, detailed as stated for it's function (like DVD, Receiver, AMP, HDTV etc) but there is NOT a special output for the subwoofer.
When I connected my subwoofer (Definitive Technology Pro Cinema) it was almost dead. Got it to the max and nothing yet. Did some research and a lot of pleople were complaining about this. After using a normal outlet it cleared all away. This is the part I mentioned that it works way too good in my opinion, it lacks the sub outlet.
The front LCD shows the status for all outlets and is dimmable but even on the low setting it doesn't turn the blue light off, unfortunally. There is also a "quick" outlet on the front, very useful for last minute electronics.
There is a trigger set to 135v that, if set, everything goes off like a trigger, even with the very thick (10 AWG) outlet cable it comes with.
Pro: Does what it promises and $500,000 insurance
Cons: Lack of a subwoofer outlet and lack to turn off the LCD panel (at least the blue light)
Now, I also considered some of the APC ones with the backup battery. But I'd bought some APC ups's a while back and I didn't like 'em cuz they clicked a lot and eventually just went bad - which means were clicking A LOT. It got more frequent. I ended up throwing them out.
So once I decided to just get a glorified power strip I decided on the Belkin and am very happy with it so far.The blue backlight is very adjustable too. From very bright to barely visible. Nice.
You have to create an account on their website, to get support, but that part of their website won't allow you to login once you create an account. I had to use the chat feature, which works really well, and lots easier then waiting on hold for hours. The Rep, said the brackets, are part of the contents, who then gave me a number to call Tech Support? This is when things go downhill. As you may have suspected, my call was routed to India, where I connected with someone with an Americanized name like "Joe", who has an accent so thick, I had to ask him to repeat every response at least five times. After once again establishing that I'm supposed to have brackets, but they aren't in the box, "Joe" says I have to speak with Customer Service, so they can send me the missing brackets. However, then number he gives me to call, is the same number I used to call him!!! "Joe" also doesn't understand English that well, so it took a few attempts to get that point across to him. Eventually, he figured out that he needed to forward my call to Customer Service.
The Rep, quickly told me that the Underwriters Laboratory (UL), had them pull the brackets from the box, and that they aren't allowed to supplied brackets to any one. The Rep, had no reason why this happened, and has no source that references this. They do however, still lists that brackets are included with the PF60 on their website, just as Amazon's website, and every other site that sells this unit.
I've searched over the Internet, and have found no mention that UL has ordered anyone from supplying rack mount brackets for power line conditioners. I'm going to order some 3rd party brackets, and hopefully the mounting holes are standardized. If not, I'll have to drill new ones. I guess I should have bought the more expensive Monster, brand of line conditioner.
I find it hmmm interesting.... Inside I find a unit with some minor scuffs but not bad. What is bad is I hear noise from loose parts inside the unit. I wanted an exchange but Amazon does not have this unit and the price from competitors is much higher. Decide to look inside. The loose parts are broken pieces of plastic coming from the system of bolts and screws that keep the circuits boards tight together, BUT the thing that worries me is that at least one resistor is soldered so unprofessional with loose solder material and big scratches on the circuit board. Never seen something similar. Can't believe it happened on Amazon.This is not a new unit for sure. What is it ? Only Amazon knows. Very disappointed.
Follow-up: Later on Amazon had them back in stock (did not expect because it looks like a discontinued item on many sites) and got it replaced for free. This unit is absolutely new in a factory sealed box. Really nice unit inside and out. No problems. The first one must have been a refurbished/returned unit. I do not know what happened first time but in the end thank you Amazon. Cheers.