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McIntosh Releases First Power Conditioning Solution

MPC1500 isolates AC line interference and can be connected to 12 components.


The MPC1500 is the first power conditioning solution from McIntosh.

McIntosh is entering the power conditioning market with the introduction of the MPC1500 Power Controller.

The MPC1500 is designed to control and improve the power of entertainment systems by isolating AC line interference, reduced noise and power transfer.

Total current draw, available through a single duplex outlet, is 1,350 Watt and 11.2 Amps.

The MPC1500 features McIntosh's glass front panel with two "blue eyes" meters that recognize current and voltage.

It also has six medical-grade duplex outlets that allow connection to up to 12 components and three 12V trigger outputs for interface of third-party components.

The outlets can be configured to operate uniformly or in different modes: ON (outlets powered on even if MPC1500 is off), GLOBAL (outlets are switched on in groups) or LOCAL (outlets are switched on individually).

MSRP for the MPC1500 Power Controller is $4,500.

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Posted by Jason M Gotz  on  07/16  at  06:15 PM

I wonder who is OEM’ing this for them

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