Enhance and protect your entire home theater system with the Panamax MAX 7500-PRO. Sophisticated power conditioning and high-level power protection team up to keep your gear operating safely and at its best. You get an advanced power filtration system with a beefy isolation transformer that delivers plenty of clean power to your digital source components and displays. Plus, the 7500-PRO guards against harmful spikes and power abnormalities that can shorten the lifespan of your gear.

Panamax MAX 7500-PRO

The included convenience lamp makes easy to see where to make connections.

Consistent power for top-notch A/V performance
The 7500-PRO's Automatic Voltage Monitoring circuitry maintains steady AC power — optimal voltage for your audio/video system. Front-panel displays let you closely monitor the AC power coming into the Panamax and going out to your system.

The Max 7500-PRO works best with rack-mounted components and systems contained in cabinets. The power regenerator can produce a low hum — but that's a good sign. It means your system's receiving current that's consistant and free of electronic noise and interference.

Connect up to 11 components
You'll find 10 of the 7500-PRO's AC outlets on its back panel, divided into five isolated banks to minimize cross-interference between your components. Four voltage-regulated, isolated outlets let you hook up your TV, home theater projector, and digital sources like a DVD or Blu-ray player. You also get four more voltage-regulated outlets for analog audio or video components, plus two outlets for high-current components such as an amplifier and powered subwoofer. The high-current outlets operate on a delay to prevent potentially harmful "speaker thump" when you power your system on and off. A convenience outlet on the front-panel serves as an easy-to-reach connection for a gaming system.

Ethernet and coaxial RF protection
The 7500-PRO also includes a set of protected Ethernet jacks, for safely connecting your system to your home computer network. One protected telephone line input and two phone outlets prevent power surges from coming in through your phone line. And four pairs of coaxial terminals shield your satellite, cable TV and antenna connections.

Product Highlights:

  • 11 AC outlets in five isolated banks:
    • four isolated, switched outlets for digital components and displays
    • two switched outlets for analog audio or video components
    • two always-on outlets for analog audio or video components
    • two switched, high-current outlets with delayed on/off for amplifiers and subwoofers
    • one always-on front-panel convenience outlet
  • advanced power filtration system
  • 720VA isolation transformer provides clean power for digital source components, HDTVs, or projectors
  • ground isolation switch for isolated outlets helps prevent ground loop noise
  • Automatic Voltage Monitoring (AVM) circuitry ensures that your system receives a consistent, optimal amount of power
  • surge and over- and under-voltage protection with automatic power shut-off and reconnection
  • customizable configuration for all switched outlet banks — choose delayed on/off or always-on operation
  • power sequencing protects against blown fuses and "speaker thump" by powering outlets on/off in proper order
  • two pairs of RF coaxial jack connections for cable/antenna HDTV, and two pairs for satellite HDTV
  • one RJ-45 Ethernet line input and one RJ-45 output
  • one RJ-11 phone line input and two RJ-11 outputs
  • DC trigger input and output
  • front-panel digital voltmeter monitors and indicates "unsafe voltage" conditions
  • front-panel combination meter displays regulated output voltage (90-140 VAC) or current input draw (1-15 amps)
  • rear-panel circuit breaker opens if total current draw exceeds the maximum current rating of 15 amps
  • convenience lamp lets you illuminate your components during setup or operation
  • IP-ready with optional Ethernet card for multi-zone A/V applications and remote diagnostics
  • RS-232 port
  • rack mounting brackets included
  • 17"W x 4-1/8"H x 15-3/16"D
  • weight: 36 lbs.
  • warranty: 3 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • $5 million connected-equipment warranty (covers equipment that is damaged by an AC surge while connected to a properly installed Panamax surge protector if protector shows signs of surge damage or is operating outside of design specifications)
  • Note: power conditioner can generate an audible hum. Recommended for use in component rack or cabinet with doors.

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What's in the box?

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  • Surge suppressor/power line conditioner with detachable 10' AC power cord
  • 2 Rack mount brackets
  • Rack mount plate
  • 12 Machine screws
  • 4 Washers
  • Two 42" coaxial cables
  • 49" Telephone cable (has an RJ11 connector on each end)
  • USB LED light
  • 2 Hanger clips
  • 2 Mounting screws
  • Owner's Guide
  • "Supplement To Page 3 Important Safety Instructions" sheet

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Features
Controls And Indicators
Connections
Specifications

Features

Overview: The Panamax MAX 7500-PRO Home Theater Power Management Center has been specifically engineered to improve the performance and life expectancy of your home theater equipment. The combination of its sophisticated power conditioning and power protection has resulted in an audio/video power center that meets the power quality needs for an entire entertainment system. At the heart of the MAX 7500-PRO is an advanced power filtration system featuring a 720VA isolation transformer, that provides power for digital source components and displays. In addition, any noise generated by digital source components is isolated and prevented from reaching key audio or video components. The MAX 7500-PRO's ground isolation feature mechanically interrupts ground loops, making the MAX 7500-PRO especially useful for applications with unstable power or ground issues. IP addressable, the MAX 7500-PRO is also ideal for multi-zone audio/video whole-home automation and wherever remote diagnostics are needed. RS-232 communication comes standard with the unit and a TCP/IP card is optional. End users can configure each outlet bank individually to customize for their home theater system

11 AC Outlets: The Panamax MAX 7500-PRO features 1 front-panel "Always On" AC outlet, 2 rear-panel "Always On" Linear Filtered outlets with voltage regulation, 2 rear-panel "Switched" Linear Filtered AC outlets with voltage regulation, 4 rear-panel "Switched" Linear Filtered Isolated AC outlets divided into two separate banks with voltage regulation, and 2 rear-panel "Switched/Delayed High Current" AC outlets.

  • 2 Always On Outlets: Two "Always On" AC outlets are fed through separate Balanced Double L noise filtration circuits. These circuits are designed to eliminate the AC contamination that is most detrimental to the performance of analog or video components like stereo receivers, VCRs or televisions.
  • 2 Switched Outlets: Two "Switched" AC outlets are fed through separate Balanced Double L noise filtration circuits. These circuits are designed to eliminate the AC contamination that is most detrimental to the performance of analog or video components like stereo receivers, VCRs or televisions.
  • 4 Switched/Isolated Outlets: Four isolated/regulated "Switched" outlets divided into two separate banks are fed power through the MAX 7500-PRO's isolation transformer. These outlets should be used for digital components such as DVD players or display devices like Plasma TVs or DLP projectors.
  • 2 High Current Outlets: The two individually-switched high-current outlets allow amplifiers and powered subwoofers to work to their full potential. The High-Current Outlet Bank provides clean, filtered power to amplifiers but has no current limiting components to impede performance.
  • 1 Gaming Outlet: The MAX 7500-PRO features a convenient "Always On" AC outlet located on the front-panel for connecting your gaming system temporarily.

Note: The MAX 7500-PRO features independent switches for each bank of "Switched" outlets which allow you to configure these "Switched" outlets as Always On.

Advanced Video Filtration With Ground Isolation: The MAX 7500-PRO utilizes an advanced power filtration system featuring a 720VA isolation transformer, that provides power for digital source components and displays. In addition, any noise generated by digital source components is isolated and prevented from reaching key audio or video components. The MAX 7500-PRO's ground isolation feature mechanically interrupts ground loops, making the MAX 7500-PRO especially useful for applications with unstable power or ground issues.

Voltage Regulation With Balanced Power: The MAX 7500-PRO features voltage regulation which improves your audio/video system's performance and prolongs your equipment's life by providing a consistent level of optimal power to all your connected equipment.

Automatic/Visual Voltage Monitoring Circuitry: Panamax's patent pending AVM circuitry continuously monitors the incoming power as displayed on the unit's digital voltmeter. In case of an under-voltage or an over-voltage, a flashing red lightning bolt will be displayed in the voltmeter, and power to the connected equipment is automatically turned off if either of these conditions is detected. When voltage returns to a safe level, power to the equipment is automatically reconnected.

Cross-Contamination Reduction: The MAX 7500-PRO is designed to provide noise isolation between 5 isolated outlet banks including 2 high current outlets so that any noise created by an A/V component can not contaminate the power going to equipment plugged into another outlet bank.

Power Sequencing: The MAX 7500-PRO features Power Sequencing to guard against blown fuses and potential damaging speaker thump by automatically power outlets on and off in sequence. This feature minimizes in rush current issues by allowing the components plugged into the Switched Outlet Banks to power-up and stabilize before any amplifier and powered subwoofers are turned on. This sequence is reversed during shutdown. The amplifier and powered subwoofers turn off, their power supplies drain and then the equipment plugged into the Switched Outlet Banks are turned off.

Voltage Sense Trigger Input/Output: The MAX 7500-PRO voltage sense trigger input and output uses a standard 3.5mm (1/8") mini-mono plug. This feature provides an On/Off trigger for the MAX 7500-PRO using a direct current voltage signal. You can connect the DC Trigger Input to a remote trigger device that uses a DC output to trigger a start-up/shutdown sequence. The DC Trigger Output can be connected to a remote trigger device that uses a DC trigger input to pass the MAX 7500-PRO's startup/shutdown sequence to an additional device.

Satellite HD TV Jacks: The MAX 7500-PRO features 2 pair of bidirectional F-type coaxial jacks for Satellite TV. The clamping level of the MAX 7500-PRO's satellite protection circuitry is 25 volts, just 3 volts above the maximum operating voltage for Satellite TV. The circuitry is shielded to prevent interference and has been optimized to have less than 1dB of signal loss throughout the entire 950 MHz to 2.2  GHz range.

Cable HD TV Jacks: The MAX 7500-PRO features 2 pair of bidirectional F-type coaxial jacks for Cable TV. The clamping level of the MAX 7500-PRO's CATV protection circuitry is 1400 millivolts (1.4 volts). The circuitry is shielded to prevent interference and has been optimized to have less than 1 dB of signal loss throughout the entire frequency range up to 950 MHz.

Phone Jacks: The unit features an RJ-11 input and two RJ-11 outputs for protecting your standard telephone or pay-per-view lines. The Phone circuit is auto-resetting.

LAN Jacks: The MAX 7500-PRO is equipped with one RJ-45 LAN input and one RJ-45 LAN output on it rear panel. The LAN protection circuits are designed for 1-/100 baseT Ethernet lines.

Digital Voltmeter: The MAX 7500-PRO features a front-panel Digital Voltmeter which monitors the voltage supplying your home theater equipment. If line voltage drops below 90VAC, or if the line voltage exceeds 140VAC, the display will turn off and the "unsafe voltage" indicator will flash indicating and unsafe voltage condition.

Combination Meter: The MAX 7500-PRO features a front-pane Combination Meter which shows the voltage the unit is proving to connected components or the actual current draw (0-15A) of your system, giving a visual reference as to how your system is functioning under a variety of conditions. The display will flash if the unit is out of regulation.

Outlet Bank Power LEDs: Each bank of outlets feature a corresponding Blue LED indicator. These LEDs indicate the status of the corresponding rear panel outlets. The LED will be lit when the outlets are turned On. They will flash during the startup and shutdown process.

Circuit Breaker: A circuit breaker is located on the back panel of the MAX 7500-PRO. The circuit breaker will trip only if the total current draw exceeds the maximum current rating (15A). This means that collectively, all outlets must draw more than 15 amps before the circuit breaker will trip.

Convenience Lamp: The convenience lamp included with the MAX 7500-PRO plugs into the unit's front-panel USB port on its rear-panel. Its purpose is to proved better visibility of other components and their A/V connection during system setup.

Note: The unit's USB port is only designed to provide power to the included USB light. Do not use this jack for other USB devices.

$5,000,000 Lifetime Connected Equipment Warranty: Panamax will replace, pay to replace at fair market value, or pay to repair, up to $5,000,000 of equipment that is damaged by an AC surge while connected to a properly installed Panamax surge protector, if the surge protector shows signs of surge damage or is operating outside of design specifications. For coverage conditions and information on how to make a claim, please see the warranty sheet.

Controls And Indicators

Front Panel:

  • Power Button: Push-button power switch which activates a turn-on or turn-off sequence for all outlets when depressed for two seconds.
  • Bank Status Indicators: Each AC outlet bank features an LED light which indicates that the corresponding bank is on or off.
  • Ground Isolation: This push-button switch controls the ground connection of banks 3 and 4. When active these banks have balanced power with an isolate ground connection. When not active these banks have balanced power with a common ground reference.
  • Voltmeter: Backlit meter which displays the incoming voltage between 90-140 VAC.
  • Combination Meter: This meter displays the regulated output voltage (90-140 VAC) or displays the input current draw (1-15 Amps).
  • Brightness Control/Meter Select: When in the full/locked position, auto brightness is engaged, and the front panel display will dim with the ambient light level. Rotating the knob to the right will increase the display brightness, and left in decrease the display brightness. Pressing this control button will toggle the display of the second meter from "Volts Out" to "Amps In".

Rear Panel:

  • 15A Circuit Breaker: Opens in the event that equipment plugged into the unit draws too much current. Also resets MAX 7500-PRO.
  • Switch Settings: Two position slide switch which selects the use of the five switches to configure the outlets for delayed or always-on operation. Custom settings selects the stored configuration in non-volatile memory for the outlets trigger source and delays.
  • Outlet Delay Switches: Two-position slide switches which allow you to configure each bank of switched outlets for delayed turn-on/turn-off or always-on operation.

Connections

Front Panel:

  • AC Outlet: Front panel "always on" outlet for gaming systems.

Rear Panel:

  • Voltage Regulation Always On Bank 1: Two always on linear filtered outlets labeled HD Cable and HD Satellite.
  • Voltage Regulation Switched Bank 2: Two switched outlets with linear filtration controlled by the front panel Power button or the DC Trigger input labeled DVR and Digital Radio.
  • Regulated And Isolated Switched Bank 3/4: Four switched outlets provide complete isolation for digital source components such as DVD players or display devices like plasma TVs or DLP projectors.. These outlet are completely isolated from the rest of the system.
  • High Current Delayed Switch Bank 5: Two delayed outlets designed for high current components such a amplifiers and powered subwoofers. The current available to connected equipment is not limited by the noise filtration components.
  • Voltage Sense Trigger Input: 3.5mm mono mini-plug which connects to a remote trigger device that uses a DC output to trigger a startup/shutdown sequence.
  • Voltage Sense Trigger Output: 3.5mm mini-plug output which allows the input signal to pass through the MAX 7500-PRO to control the start-up/shutdown of an additional device.
  • LAN Jacks: One RJ-45 input and RJ-45 output for 10/100 baseT Ethernet lines.
  • Phone Jacks: One RJ-11 input and two RJ-11 outputs for standard telephone lines.
  • Coaxial Jacks: 4 pairs of bidirectional treaded female F-type coax terminals for HD Satellite and HD Cable TV.
  • Communication Interface: RS232 interface port for custom configuration and/or home automation control.
  • Lamp Receptacle: USB jack for the USB lamp included to illuminate the rear panels or other components during setup.
  • Ground Lug: Gold-plated binding post that provides a common grounding point for equipment with separate ground leads.
  • IEC Main Power Receptacle: The detachable 3-prong, 10' power cord connects to this receptacle.

Specifications

AC Power:

  • Line Voltage: 120VAC, 60Hz
  • Maximum Current Rating: 15A
  • UL 1449 Surge Suppression Rating: 330V
  • Protection Modes: L-N, L-G, N-G
  • Initial Clamping Level: 200V
  • Energy Dissipation: 2670 Joules
  • Peak Impulse Current: 162,000A
  • EMI/RFI Noise Filtration:
    • Banks 1, 2, 3, 4: 100dB, 100KHz-2MHz
    • Bank 5 (High Current): 60dB, 100KHz-2MHz
  • Over-voltage Shutoff Threshold: 142V (+/-5VAC)
  • Under-voltage Shutoff Threshold: 90V (+/-2VAC)

DC Trigger Input:

  • Jacks: 3.5mm (1/8") mono mini-plug
  • Voltage And Polarity: 3-24V DC, bidirectional
  • Current Requirement: 4.5mA @ 3V, 58mA @ 24V

DC Trigger Output:

  • Voltage: <12V
  • Current: <400 mA
  • Jacks: 3.5mm (1/8") mono mini-plug
  • Delay Output: 10 seconds

USB Light:

  • Voltage: 5VDC
  • Current: 100mA

LAN Protection:

  • Clamping Level: 8V +/-2V
  • Connectors: RJ-45
  • Wires Protected: 4 wires (1, 2, 3, and 6)

Telephone Protection:

  • Clamping Level: 260V
  • Capacitance: approximately 30pf
  • Suppression Modes: metallic and longitudinal
  • Connections: RJ-11
  • Wires Protected: 2 wires (4&5)

Satellite TV Protection:

  • Clamping Level: 25V
  • Attenuation: <1 dB from 950MHz-2.05GHz (<2.4 dB @ 2.2GHz)
  • Connections: Gold-plated female F-type

Cable TV Protection:

  • Clamping Level: 1.4V
  • Attenuation: <1 dB up to 950 MHz
  • Connections: Gold-plated female F-type

Weight: 36 lbs

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Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By Tre, Tomball,tx on Thursday, December 19, 2013

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Wonderful product. Right out of the box, you can feel the weight is going to make an impact on quality of power.When you plug in your equipment to the outlets there's almost a "click "to ensure your outlets are locked in securely. Once I got everything hooked up, I instantly noticed a good improvement in picture quality on Samsung LED. Brightness and clarity. I found this product on sale on Black Friday so the price was great.

Pros: Awesome price for the quality of product.

Cons: It's heavy!!!!! But that's a good thing

Good 'Closeout' price for a voltage regulated unit

Written By dja1922@embarqmail.com, Asheboro, NC on Friday, December 13, 2013

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While this product is available at a closeout price, I decided to purchase this for my home theater setup as an upgrade to an earlier model (Panamax M5400-PM) I had purchased. I have noticed the output voltage is more steady, 'drifting' only plus or minus 2 volts with the MAX® 7500-PRO. While the M5400-PM allowed a 5 volt drift before making corrections. (nothing wrong - just an observation) I was a bit skeptical of purchasing because other reviewers have complained of hearing a hum or buzzing sound emanating from the unit. I am glad to report - So far I haven't heard any noise - maybe Panamax has corrected the circuitry problem? While I didn't have any problems with the earlier unit, I have moved it to another room for an audio setup I needed to protect. Actually the Panamax 7500-PRO is cheaper now than what I paid for the Panamax 5400-PM almost two years ago. Not a bad price if you are trying to decide on a model that utilizes voltage regulation and the analog meters add a 'vintage' style look.

Pros: Excellent output voltage regulation

Cons: None (so far)

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By Norm, Felton,CA on Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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The first unit I purchased was returned due to some inconsistant measurements. The voltage coming from my house was 125.5V and the regulated output was at 127.5V from reading the manual it should be 120V-+ 2V. I did a few rounds with Panamax support and wasn't satisfied with their explanation. I returned the unit and received a replacment within a week from Crutchfield. The new unit is dead on, same voltage coming in 125.5 V and the regulated outputs banks 3&4 120-121V, banks 1&2 are at 119V. Picture on my plasma has improved slightly other than that I'm totally satisfied with the product

Pros: Well built, regulated voltage at this price is hard to beat

Cons: Slight fan noise mine is in a cabinet so when the door is shut I hear nothing. This is also stated in the overview:Note: power conditioner can generate an audible hum. Recommended for use in component rack or cabinet with doors.

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By SC, Seattle, WA on Friday, July 12, 2013

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I bought two units for the digital players and plasma tvs in our video systems. Plugging the first unit generated an unpleasant loud hum, which was becoming even louder during intervals, like an engine revving up, as well as some instances of yellow flashes (power out of range). I unpacked and plugged the second unit; it also generated a humming noise, but more tolerable; no flashing. I plugged them both in parallel in the same outlet. Their reading of input voltage differed by 2V (123V and 125V; our Panamax 5300ex was showing 121V - separate circuit though). Both units were claiming to output 120V, so the next step was to plug them in series (using the banks for regenerated current). Sure enough, the input of the second was reading 123V instead of the 120V claimed by the first one in the series. Plugging the two units in reverse order gave different results, the second one in series indicating 119V as input (much closer to the 120V output claim). The humming of the loud unit did not decrease when plugged into the other one + a couple flashes. The manual tries to blame the circuits of the house and devices such as CFLs and A/C for the hum, but (a) our bulbs are all LEDs + none of the kind of the devices blamed by the manual was plugged in; (b) wasn't the first regulator supposed to take care of such issues and feed clean power to the other? Given the differences between the units received, I guess the issues are in manufacturing and lack of quality control rather than design.

Pros: beautiful to look at; I am still trying to convince myself that one of the units received is a lemon and I should keep the one that hums mildly and seems to be closer to the claimed specs (thus, the two stars instead of one)

Cons: loud hum; inaccurate readings and/or power regeneration; claims made by Panamax to cover the issues with their faulty units; there seem to be some good reasons for which these units are discounted and the Furmans are not (a Furman Reference 15i has been fantastic in our music system for about five years).

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By ren, San Bruno, CA on Saturday, June 29, 2013

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It has everything that I wanted. Voltage regulator, 11 outlets, nice blue LED lights, those twin analog meters are awesome. A very high end looks. The price right now is just unbelievable.

Pros: Very heavy, built like a tank which I liked. It looks great in my rack (comes with 2 Rack mount brackets)

Cons: Transformer does emit a little noise but it does not bother me, at least in my setup.

great product

Written By dan, streamwood il on Sunday, May 26, 2013

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product works great with unstable voltage

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By Juan, San Juan PR on Saturday, May 18, 2013

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Enough big and strong to meet any home needs ! One of the top brands on the market if not the best. Fast and free shipping to PR no catch on it. Free chat on line with copy to your e-mail address. Free support on line, by phone or e-mail. What else would you expect from a company and for free, come on !!!! And above all I challenge anyone outthere to get better price on this unit. Please don't waist your time searching around because you won't find, CRUTCHFIELD is the right place to get it. Trust me on this, and I forgot to tell you that I'm not a seller, I'm a customer. Don't hesitate and buy from a strong trusted company. Have a good time shopping around.

Pros: Not so big or heavy, 10 different outlets, in dark bright blue lights keep you oriented ! Price unbeatable.

Cons: none

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By thachut, westminster on Saturday, May 04, 2013

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Hello this item is GREAT ! I LOVE IT 5 STAR MAKE MY TV MORE BRIGHT AND CLEAR PICTURE AND MORE SOUND WHEN I PLAY MUSIC I USE THIS PRODUCT FOREVER THANKS

Pros: great

Cons: good

Heavyduty

Written By Scheiner, Jersey City, NJ on Friday, May 03, 2013

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Nothing to complaint about because this is a very good offer.

Pros: Toroidal, Heavy, Reliable.

Cons: Small fun inside makes a very low noise ... but I'm able to hear it. But it's ok.

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By JS, NYC,NY on Friday, April 26, 2013

This unit has protected my gear from at least three improper voltage occurrences during the months I have owned it. It has made an improvement in the overall sound of my system. The connected equipment guarantee is a major plus as well as knowing that my phone and satellite system has gained protection as well. I also believe this unit is as gorgeous as it is functional. The twin meters look fantastic and the auto-dimming feature works flawlessly. The orange warning light alerting you to unsafe conditions works like a charm and knowing that there are separate isolated banks to help maintain cross contamination at a minimum seals the deal. Peace of mind is a good thing and this unit brings it in bunches. Did I mention it's built like a brick house?

Pros: So far this unit has performed admirably and it looks great in my rack. Crutchfield has the best price on this unit.

Cons: Transformer does emit noise but its not a deal breaker. Price has been reduced even further so I am remorseful but still satisfied.

Panamax MAX® 7500-PRO

Written By Anonymous, Louisiana on Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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Noisy transformer and I cannot believe the designer actually put this into production

Cons: Noisy transformer

Panamax MAX 7500-Pro

Written By Steve, Northern CA on Tuesday, April 09, 2013

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I just purchased the Panamax 7500-Pro at a reduced price from Crutchfield. So far, no complaints. This is a great product. The power coming into my home is very dirty and subject to brown outs and power outages. The piece of mind from the voltage regulation was well worth the price.

Pros: Quality construction. Delivers clean power.

Cons: No complaints.