Audio Prism Quiet Line Parallel AC Line Filters

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Audio Prism Quiet Line Parallel AC Line Filters

Audio Prism Quiet Line Parallel AC Line Filters

$175.00

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Audio Prism Quiet Line Parallel AC Line Filters

$175.00

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  • Description

    The unique QuietLine filters are shunt devices that are placed in circuit across the power line (rather than in series).

    QuietLine filters have the ability to damp RFI and EMI on the AC line. The small individual modules are used to first define a "quiet zone" around the system, by placing them in unused outlets within the listening room. Locate others elsewhere, throughout the house, close to the source of AC noise (TV's, microwaves, washers, dryers, etc.).

    QuietLines can even be used in conjunction with any other line conditioner that may already be in use.

     

    CUSTOMER REVIEW:


    "As promised here are my impressions of the AudioPrtism Quietline power line filters I picked up last Wednesday.

    The bottom line is that I am happy with them. They have improved the sound quality of my stereo system in the way the met my goal.
    My goal is to eliminate the effects of household appliances on my stereo system’s audio quality when the appliances are running or turned on while I am listening to my system. Appliances like dimmer switches, computers, refrigerator, ceiling fans, A/C, etc. And turning off or shutting down the appliances in question while I listen to my system never been an option although that’s been virtually what it has required up until now. I also didn’t want to use additional power filtering/conditioning devices between the stereo and the wall plug. Not to say a power filtering/conditioning device between the stereo and the wall plug wouldn’t be good, but before going there it made sense in my case to try other solutions like the
    Quietline filters first.

    I have been using other brands of plug-in style power filters, and they have done some good too. I also use two EP 2050 surge suppression/power conditioning units wired into 30amp circuit breakers in my main and subpanels. All of the aforementioned has been carefully located by me by carefully considering the amount of electronic equipment on each circuit likely to create electrical hash when turned on. So I’ve done a lot of thinking and doing with power filters.  But, the Quietlines filters that I recently added made an improvement even so, and in my mind were what pushed everything over the finish line.

    I added the
    Quiteline filters on Wednesday along with the other filters already installed as noted above. It was a few days of testing and moving filters around before settling on final locations for all the filters, but it was worth it because now I can enjoy the sound my system even with the refrigerator going, the yard lights and dimmers switches turned on, and - most importantly - I can enjoy the sound with all the computers/printers/modems/
    routers/video monitors turned on. Can’t tell you how long I’ve been trying to get to this point.

    I have three of the Quietline units placed on the power strip feeding the computers, routers, monitors, modems circuit in the master bedroom which is the most offensive cluster of electronics in the house. The fourth Quietline filter is plugged into the same outlet that the refrigerator is plugged into. I tried plugging a Quietline filter into the same outlet my stereo is plugged into, but after testing with that location I moved it onto the refrigerator and like it better there.

    Along with the
    Quietlines I use an assortment of plug in filters from PS Audio, and Alan Maher, (16 total I think) plus the two EP 2050 units I mentioned earlier. They are also plugged into free outlets around the house. After adding the four Quietlines it seems like this “cocktail” of power filters is working. And I didn’t need to install anything between my stereo and the outlet supplying power to it, which I like.

    It seems clear in my mind that it is the addition of the Quietlines that pushed everything over the finish line. The four Quietline filters have removed strident qualities, sibilant qualities, and improved timbre and created a fuller bass and sound stage. No downsides I have noticed. I’m happy."
    - M.S.
     

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Audio Prism Quiet Line Parallel AC Line Filters

$175.00

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Description

The unique QuietLine filters are shunt devices that are placed in circuit across the power line (rather than in series).

QuietLine filters have the ability to damp RFI and EMI on the AC line. The small individual modules are used to first define a "quiet zone" around the system, by placing them in unused outlets within the listening room. Locate others elsewhere, throughout the house, close to the source of AC noise (TV's, microwaves, washers, dryers, etc.).

QuietLines can even be used in conjunction with any other line conditioner that may already be in use.

 

CUSTOMER REVIEW:


"As promised here are my impressions of the AudioPrtism Quietline power line filters I picked up last Wednesday.

The bottom line is that I am happy with them. They have improved the sound quality of my stereo system in the way the met my goal.
My goal is to eliminate the effects of household appliances on my stereo system’s audio quality when the appliances are running or turned on while I am listening to my system. Appliances like dimmer switches, computers, refrigerator, ceiling fans, A/C, etc. And turning off or shutting down the appliances in question while I listen to my system never been an option although that’s been virtually what it has required up until now. I also didn’t want to use additional power filtering/conditioning devices between the stereo and the wall plug. Not to say a power filtering/conditioning device between the stereo and the wall plug wouldn’t be good, but before going there it made sense in my case to try other solutions like the
Quietline filters first.

I have been using other brands of plug-in style power filters, and they have done some good too. I also use two EP 2050 surge suppression/power conditioning units wired into 30amp circuit breakers in my main and subpanels. All of the aforementioned has been carefully located by me by carefully considering the amount of electronic equipment on each circuit likely to create electrical hash when turned on. So I’ve done a lot of thinking and doing with power filters.  But, the Quietlines filters that I recently added made an improvement even so, and in my mind were what pushed everything over the finish line.

I added the
Quiteline filters on Wednesday along with the other filters already installed as noted above. It was a few days of testing and moving filters around before settling on final locations for all the filters, but it was worth it because now I can enjoy the sound my system even with the refrigerator going, the yard lights and dimmers switches turned on, and - most importantly - I can enjoy the sound with all the computers/printers/modems/
routers/video monitors turned on. Can’t tell you how long I’ve been trying to get to this point.

I have three of the Quietline units placed on the power strip feeding the computers, routers, monitors, modems circuit in the master bedroom which is the most offensive cluster of electronics in the house. The fourth Quietline filter is plugged into the same outlet that the refrigerator is plugged into. I tried plugging a Quietline filter into the same outlet my stereo is plugged into, but after testing with that location I moved it onto the refrigerator and like it better there.

Along with the
Quietlines I use an assortment of plug in filters from PS Audio, and Alan Maher, (16 total I think) plus the two EP 2050 units I mentioned earlier. They are also plugged into free outlets around the house. After adding the four Quietlines it seems like this “cocktail” of power filters is working. And I didn’t need to install anything between my stereo and the outlet supplying power to it, which I like.

It seems clear in my mind that it is the addition of the Quietlines that pushed everything over the finish line. The four Quietline filters have removed strident qualities, sibilant qualities, and improved timbre and created a fuller bass and sound stage. No downsides I have noticed. I’m happy."
- M.S.