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  1. System Setup and Connection
    Hi guys, This is my first post on this forum. All through the registration process, i read a lot of rules that are to be followed here. So, i'll be trying my best to stay in the barrier, take help from you all and definitely help everyone else with whatever i know. So i had been using this...
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    Only $29.99 67% OFF | MSRP: $89.99 503 Available | 2 Sold as of 05/14/12 2:40pm CDT Free Shipping
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    I was wondering if anyone has one of these and are they any good. And also, do they keep the constant 120volts when voltage droppes down to say 105 volts in peak summer at times? Lastly, does this item really help get the most out of all your gear, especially the big pro amps alot of us are...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi, I have a 4KV Voltage Stabilizer. I wanted to check if I can connect my Denon AVR-1909 Receiver through it. I will be connecting my Receiver, a Polk Audio 150 Watts Sub Woofer and a DVD player. Please let me if I can go ahead and use my stabilizer or is the stabilizer over powered? Thanks.
  5. Toshiba
    I have a Toshiba rear projection tv model # 53HX71, sn 57908130, chassis # TAC0158. I would like help in identifying the circuit board that would have the vertical stabilizer circuitry on it. A rusted out vacuum e tech asking for your help. :)
  6. Classifieds - Remotes, Cables and Accessories
    FOR SALE New in Box! MonsterPower AVS2000 Home Theater Reference Automatic Voltage Stabilizer http://www.monstercable.com/productdisplay.asp?pin=1321 Only $790 + s/h $1499 list price (current Amazon price $1065) Reason for selling: I had purchased 2 separate units for two different systems...
  7. Remotes | Cables | Accessories | Tweaks
    I'm using a existing AC line in my room to power up my equipment and when the bass hits it dim the lights, my power-center has a display for the voltage and some times the voltage will drop to 116volts, this is when the air condition, heater or any large appliance is on, do I need to run another...
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