Rock-solid protection for your home theater investment
The IT-Reference 20i thoroughly cleans and conditions the AC power that is every audio/video component's lifeblood. Its twelve rear-panel AC outlets can accommodate 20-amp or standard 15-amp AC plugs. Furman got their start by developing equipment to meet the extreme AC power demands of professional recording, film, and broadcast studios. The IT-Reference 20i is Furman's biggest and baddest power conditioner this heavyweight tips the scales at 83 pounds!
An isolation transformer regenerates pristine AC power for your most sensitive gear
All electronic components operate best with a steady supply of clean AC power, and high-definition video equipment like Blu-ray players, flat-panel TVs, and projectors are notoriously finicky. The IT-Reference 20i addresses this issue with a built-in "isolation transformer" that feeds noise-free regenerated power to two of the rear-panel outlets. That puts a stop to noise-inducing ground loops, and power supply backwash between connected components. Expect to see noticeably improved picture detail and deeper black levels.
Power Factor Technology: Like a turbocharger for your amplifiers
Truly exciting sound requires wide-open dynamics. To reproduce instantaneous sonic peaks or "transients" cleanly, like a car crash or a cymbal crash, an amplifier needs lots of high-current power. During these moments, amplifiers including those in receivers and powered subwoofers may require more current than is available from your home's AC line. Solution? Plug your amplifier into one of the IT-Reference 20i's high-current outlets. Furman's unique Power Factor Technology creates a "current reservoir" capable of delivering over 80 amps of peak current. Your amplifier gets the current it needs when it needs it most.
Continuous power monitoring, protection for every pathway
The IT-Reference 20i constantly monitors incoming AC, and if an overvoltage condition is detected, power is automatically shut off to all connected equipment. And Furman's rugged surge suppressor circuitry can withstand multiple catastrophic high-voltage spikes and keep right on protecting your system. Three sets of coaxial inputs and outputs protect your satellite, cable TV and antenna connections. And one pair of protected jacks prevents spikes from sneaking in through your phone line.