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Discovery

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Discover IsoTek’s award-winning range of power conditioning systems developed to improve, enhance and protect the sensitive audio components you own. Power is the first input to any home entertainment system; it flows through the system, used by each component in turn to create the signal that moves the speakers’ drive units and delivers the pixels on the screen. What we see and hear is fashioned from, and by, mains electricity – it’s the ‘raw material’ from which the ‘art’ is created. The Discovery range offers an affordable way to not only protect your investment from dangerous power surges and voltage spikes, but also to guarantee the best possible performance whenever you listen.

Your system value: Up to £3,000

EVO3 Polaris

Overview

EVO3 Polaris

Your chance to enter IsoTek’s innovative and multi award-winning range of power conditioning solutions. Polaris is a cost effective upgrade to any audio or audio-visual system, delivering improved performance, protection and astonishing value for money.

 

  • Removes Common Mode and Differential Mode mains noise.
  • RFI reduction 30dB.
  • Independent outlets stop Differential Mode cross contamination.
  • Unique delta filter topology improves product performance.
  • 13,500A of instantaneous protection, featuring IsoTek’s unique sequential protection system.
  • Internal wiring; multi-strand silver plated OFC copper with PTFE dielectric.
  • Available in UK, EU, US, AU, CH and ZA sockets.
  • Maximum continues power 2,300W.

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"IsoTek’s EVO3 Polaris convinced us from the start. It results in a more light-footed and relaxed sound, maybe even a little more coherent than before. Completely convincing in every way."
lite-magazin, Germany - Jan 2015