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Works as intended. All I can ask for
Item # 299MR4300 | MFR # MR4300
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You get nine AC outlets, plus in/out sets of coaxial, LAN, and phone line connections.
The Panamax MR4300 will protect your audio/video system from damaging power spikes as well as the minor day-to-day current fluctuations that can compromise your system's performance over time. It can safeguard up to nine components, and it also provides a protected front-panel USB charger for your smartphone, tablet or other portable device. Two front-panel lamps let you illuminate your equipment rack when making adjustments.
The eight rear-panel AC outlets are divided into two isolated banks to reduce inter-component interference and noise contamination. Four of the outlets accommodate high-current components like an amplifier and powered subwoofer. These switched outlets operate on a delay to prevent "speaker thump" when powering your system on and off.
The other bank provides four switched outlets for your source components, like a Blu-ray player. All nine outlets employ Panamax's Linear Level 3 noise filtering, which significantly reduces AC line noise. The front-panel digital voltmeter makes it easy to monitor the AC power coming into your system.
The MR4300 actually offers multiple layers of surge protection. Panamax's patented Automatic Voltage Monitoring (AVM) technology continuously monitors the incoming power. In case of an under-voltage or brownout (too little electricity), or an over-voltage (too much electricity), a flashing red lightning bolt illuminates and power to your equipment is automatically switched off. When voltage returns to a safe level, power to the equipment is automatically reconnected.
The other layer of surge protection is Panamax's exclusive Protect or Disconnect™ technology. This ultra-fast circuitry completely protects your equipment from catastrophic surges such as those caused by lightning. When that type of extreme event occurs, the MR4300 automatically disconnects AC power to your equipment.
The MR4300 also provides two sets of in/out coaxial terminals to shield your satellite, cable TV and over-the-air antenna connections. A pair of protected Ethernet jacks let you plug in your laptop and surf the web on a protected connection. And another pair of protected jacks prevents spikes from sneaking in through your phone line.
Works as intended. All I can ask for
Anonymous, Destrehan, LA
Average Customer Review(s):
Works as intended. All I can ask for
Simple to install,better picture and better sound now!
Pros: plenty of 3 pronged outlets
Cons: ground light stays on
excellent product work as advertised
I am using it with a 65 inch LG TV, Yamaha A-S1100 Amp, Primare Amp, satellite box, DVD ProJect Turntable, etc, etc... It just works. One bonus is it cleaned up all the wires in the back of the entertainment center console. I leave the lights off because I find the volt indicator a little too bright, even on the lowest setting.
Pros: Protects Your Gear Cuts down on noise in power line
Cons: Volt indicator light is a little too bright, even on lowest setting
This is a superior product! It meets all my specs, is sized appropriately, and the sleek design is a bonus.
Protection with style. Looks great, works great. Already had a low voltage protection event. Both Accent and Media lights have five dim settings to set the mood just right. Built better than I thought it would be. Excellent quality. The USB charging port has become very popular at my house. The grounding post is very stout and I've moved my Turntable ground from the receiver to this unit. Very happy buyer.
Pros: Excellent Quality Protection, Great price.
Cons: Not really a Con, but would be nice if the Media lights rotated 360.
This is my second Panamax Mr4300. I like the style and size of the product. After spending a lot of money for a system, you need to protect it. This last Father's Day in Nebraska we had bad storms. I ended up losing my subwoofer and phono preamp to power surges. I believe the Panamax MR4300 will stop this from happening again. It is easy to set up and may improve your sound and video.
Pros: Good style Good price Easy to use
I replaced an old Monster power conditioner that started to go bad. Researched several new brands and settled on the Panamax MR4300 due to all the positive reviews and features of this model. It's been working great for several months now!
I was skeptical that this could be materially better than a good power strip, but I was very wrong. Just like that, the annoying 60 Hz hum has disappeared from my turntable inputs. In fact the noise level has gone down across the board. Really love the delayed shutdown feature for the high current outlets. Well worth the extra cost if you have expensive gear and want to get your money's worth out of it.
Got good help on the chat line to choose that product, then the first one I recieved was a lemon, great tech and customer service to return and replacement sent right away. Great product, excellent customer service!
For several weeks now, I've marveled at how good the picture on my TV looks, and it occurs to me that I'm seeing one of the effects of the MR4300. The other effect that's a bit less in-your-face obvious, is that I'm not hearing hum from the electric lines when I turn up the home theater system or my stereo system. By filtering noise from the electric lines and isolating the high-current devices such as amps from the rest, this small, unassuming device makes your equipment deliver the best sound and pictures possible. It's nice that you can turn off the voltage display and the front panel lights, which I generally don't need.
Pros: Works well, easy setup
Needs vs. wants. Crutchfield advisors always help me not over spend on electronics. Lightning has hit my home theater three time over the past 25- years. I've protected the electrical system and used cheaper protection on the cable/internet, but lightning has always made it through the cable to blow out components. Most recently HDMI ports in the receiver were blown again! This Panamax MR4300 does exactly what was needed even though the more expensive Panamax had more grouped outlets which I wanted. Thank you advisors, you saved me money again!
Pros: Its compact design and ability to turn off the face panel. Also, I like the down lights that shine on the equipment below.
Cons: If the cabinet was one inch deeper there would be more placement options to stack equipment, if you do not have an equipment rack.
Flexible, functional with two power out banks, network, and coax ports as advertised that work well with my set-up - looks great in cabinet with gear, and illumination is nice touch.
Pros: Thin profile, illumination dimming, output options, equipment coverage/Panamax name.
Cons: Over priced, illumination tubes DO NOT rotate 360 deg. as advertised.....
Immediate improvement of the picture! I would have never believed it.
Easy to install, small and slim fits perfectly in my media console. Easy set up for the lights, easy to control, so I can indeed dimm them all the way off for complete darkness. I plugged 1xOppo 203 Blurayplayer, 1xVizio 70", 1xMarantz AV 1603, 1xPS4pro.
Pros: size and reliability of company
Cons: maybe it could be 50$ cheaper
Seems to be working correctly. Have a 55 lg oled tv. Yamaha aventage receiver. Samsung ub 8500 ultra hd blu ray player. I'm happy I know I'm covered if struck by lightning again.
Pros: Looks good. Can turn off all lights and go black.
Perfect size and functionality for a small to medium home entertainment system. Needed a compact power conditioner/surge protector to fit in discrete space and this product fit the bill. The construction is sturdy and the controls are simple and aesthetically pleasing.
Pros: Compact size, simple setup, and good looking
Total piece of junk! I bought this several months ago after I moved and upgraded my whole entertainment package. Never used one of these but was talked into adding this to my purchase. My new receiver gave me nothing but problems. Six to nine months later my new speakers still have line noise in the form of static and popping. I finally found the source, this Panamax mr4300. Save your money and just use a power strip with surge protection.
Cons: Waste of money Junk Does not work Will not use again A paperweight
Very simple device and easy to access and connect all inputs. It's also great looking and complements my audio components. Highly recommended to protect your audio and video system against power related conditions (i.e.surges, power failures and drops) from damaging your equipment.
had this unit for five days and the six's morning I turned on my 7010 marantz and it died right there,I went to home depot they had better products,I'm really disappointed .My wife is mad at me for spending 300 $ !.I know to leave thing's alone that don't need fixing1
Cons: low joules for spending all that money!Crutchfield response on 3/29/2017 Gary contacted our Customer Service Department and set up a return for this item. Purchases from Crutchfield can be returned or exchanged within 60 days.
Not much to say, it's a surge protector. Seems to work, but haven't tested (thankfully) the surge protection.
Pros: Adjustable component lights and extra outlet on the front are a nice touch.
Cons: None yet
I must admit I didn't think that I would notice much change in the sound and video signals after hooking up all of my components, but I did. I have Sony 60" tv, a Onkyo TX-SR707 receiver, Polk 12" Sub-Woofer and 7 Polk surround speakers, and two older Boston Acoustic front mains, a DVD player, 2 CD players, a turntable all plugged into the Panamax. First off, I did notice the video was a little crisper, but most of all I did notice a cleaner sound through all of my components. Nothing major, but enough that I could tell. The peace of mind of the surge protection is also a big plus, if it works as described it will be great. My only complaints with this unit, and they are minor, are the volt meter read out is a bit too bright (so I leave it off most of the time). It has 5 settings and the lowest could be one more notch lower. The only other issue is it would be nice if the media lights would rotate 360 degrees. Also, I wish it had an HDMI cable out. Other than that I am quite happy with my purchase, and would recommend adding it to your system. A final note, I wanted to buy the M5400-PM but I didnt have the extra funds at the time and wanted to get some protection now.
Pros: Easy hookup, compact size
Cons: No HDMI cable output.
It is difficult for me to evaluate effectiveness. There are no observable problems so I must assume it is doing fine. A high end audio shop Audio Concepts in Dallas said it did not protect the components well. Perhaps they are biased. Perhaps Crutchfield is biased. Happiness is an objective, unbiased evaluation. I am curious and have talked to more than several people about this product. Another hifi shop in Oklahoma City did not like or recommend it. Magnolia at Best Buy in Oklahoma City sells Panamax.
Pros: no issues to date
Cons: others do not like it
I bought this mostly to protect home theater equipment which I have spent a bit of hard earned $$$ on. Sonos, 4k etc... I read it could potentially improve sound and video quality as well. I definitely notice a little sound improvement which is incredible since I thought it was already pretty good. Nice looking unit and good build quality. Very simply operation. Plug in, turn-on, attach electronics, done. If the surge protection works as advertised it's good to know my equipment is well protected.
Pros: Easy operation, looks great. Good protection guarantee.
Cons: None yet.
Great for any equipment that you want to protect
Pros: Protects you investment
I never thought this would help and would just need it for power protection. I put off buying this for a while but when I connected everything to it you can notice a difference right away. I should of bought this sooner. Takes the audio and the quality of the video to the next level.
Pros: Cleans the power and protects your equipment, Warranty on all your equipment plugged in.
Why spend $300 for a piece of equipment that just "sits there?" Watch the video of a Crutchfield advisor with a rep from Panamax to see exactly what these power management/surge protection units do. This is really not an optional piece of equipment. It is a must have. Getting the noise out of the power going to your components and display is critical for the performance intended from the products. Who would put bargain basement oil and gas into a high end car? Why would you do it to your TV and AV/Stereo equipment. I purchased this particular model after talking with a Panamax rep on the phone. Purchase really is a no brainer.
Pros: Clean power, excellent surge protection capabilities, Crutchfield is one of the few authorized dealers (by else where and the $1.4 million warranty is void).
I bought this power manager for our new theater room and it works perfectly, the front panel displays the current level coming into the unit and it does an excellent job of smoothing out power fluctuations especially in the summer when there is a large draw on the grid with a/c units and swamp coolers running, and it provides plenty of inlets for all of your equipment and devices. Overall this was a Great investment!
Pros: front panel displays the current coming into the unit, the unit is very small
It's doing it's thing.... Hopefully it never Needs to take a surge!
Pros: Slim, well lit
Cons: Only one port for ethernet. A second port would have been nice, as receiver and Xbox both need it.
Made a big difference. Music sounds better.
Cons: If there is a transformer on a plug it takes up 3 connections because of their orientation
Great addition for Your new Smart TV and Componets Protection.
Pros: Great Power Supply
Great looking, excellent price and more sturdy than I expected. I compared several online and this one fit my budget, but when I received it, it exceeded my expectations.
Pros: Looks great, nice size, sturdy
This unit does everything as advertised. Very stable power as checked by my oscilloscope and VOM. Had one hit by lightning and it saved everything hooked to it.
Pros: Can customize the dash panel lights.
I was interested in a new surge protector, and I came across this model. I liked it and will buy another model for another room. Glad I purchased it.
Pros: Everything I needed plus more. Fantastic delivery timeline. Best in the business.
Purchased the MR4300 from Crutchfield and everything was fine. Then after about 3 months the unit started "buzzing" internally. Sent to Panamax (Core Brands) and they said it tested out in spec. I asked if they had a Spec for "buzzing" and got no reply. Unit was sent back to me with problem unresolved. Although the unit functions as it should, it is annoying to hear the "buzz" as I walk by stereo system. Won't buy another Panamax product.
Pros: Pretty to look at
Cons: Pretty bad customer service from Panamax
I've read a few reviews where some have said that their picture and sound had noticeably improved after hooking up the Panamax, but I can't really say that I've noticed that much difference on my end. Even though that's not really a deal-breaker, or any reason "not" to purchase this product, because I feel confident that all my components are fully protected using the 4300. The sleek design and looks of the 4300 are also a nice complement sitting next to all my other equipment. I believe 4 stars is an excellent score for this product, and had it improved my picture and sound that much-more, I would of scored it 5 stars without any hesitation. As usual, Crutchfield shipping was right on schedule to New York.
Pros: Very easy to setup. Just plug-in your equipment, and then plug in the main power.
the product seem to help improve on the picture and sound just a bit, other than that I can't tell. I like the fact it's a line conditioner and power protecter all in one and it looks good with my other equipment.
|Total AC Outlets||9|
|Powerline Network Compatible||No|
|Connected Equipment Guarantee||$5,000,000|
|Parts Warranty||3 Years|
|Labor Warranty||3 Years|
9 Protected & Filtered Power Outlets: The Panamax MR4300 features 1 front-panel "Always On" AC outlet, 4 rear-panel "Switched Linear Filtered" AC outlets, and 4 rear-panel "Switched High Current" AC outlets. All of the AC outlet (front & back) include surge protection and power filtration.
Protect or Disconnect Technology: The Panamax MR4300 employs exclusive Protect or Disconnect technology for surge protection. This ultra fast protection circuitry completely protects your equipment from surges such as lightning. When overwhelmed with extreme catastrophic events, Panamax permanently disconnects AC power to equipment.
Level 3 Power Cleaning & Linear Filtration: The unit's Level 3 Power Cleaning and Linear Filtration eliminates common symptoms of contaminated power (including loss of detail, pops, hisses, hums and visual artifacts) and allows your A/V equipment to perform up to its full capability.
Automatic Voltage Monitoring (AVM): Panamax's patented Automatic Voltage Monitoring (AVM) technology continuously monitors the incoming power. In case of an under-voltage or brownout (too little electricity) or an over-voltage (too much electricity) a flashing red lightning bolt will be displayed and power to the equipment is automatically turned off. When voltage returns to a safe level, power to the equipment is automatically reconnected.
Signal Wire Protection: Protecting a complete home theater system requires that signal wires coming out of the wall be protected as well. Universal ultra low-loss coaxial protection, as well as LAN/Ethernet protection prevents signal lines from carrying damaging surges while maintaining full high-definition and high-speed Internet signals to your equipment for your connected life.
Digital Voltmeter: The MR4300 features a front-panel Digital Voltmeter which monitors the voltage supplying your home theater equipment. If line voltage drops below 95VAC, or if the line voltage exceeds 140VAC, the display will turn off and the "unsafe voltage" indicator will flash indicating and unsafe voltage condition.
USB Charging (0.5/5V): The MR4300 features a front-panel USB (type-A port) rated at 0.5/5V for charging your Apple iPod/iPhone, Android smartphone, or other USB-enabled electronic device.
Media Lights: The Panamax MR4300 features front-panel rotating and dimmable media lights that help illuminate your equipment in your AV rack or cabinet.
8' Power Cord w/ Low-Profile Plug: The Panamax MR4300 is fitted with an attached 8' power cord w/ a low-profile IEC 3-prong plug. This 45° angle low profile plug allows your equipment to be as close as it can get to the wall outlet while not blocking an adjacent outlets. The 8' power cord means your installation location isn't restricted by wall outlet location.
Circuit Breaker: A circuit breaker is located on the back panel of the MR4300. 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.
Rack-Mount Brackets: The MR4300 comes with rack-mount brackets to mount it in a 1U rack space.
$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.
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My husband wanted these items, I placed the order though Ebates for cash back!! [ Carolyn May 20, 2018 ]
to protect my equipment. [ Jose May 07, 2018 ]
Monster no longer makes one. Good review by crutchfield [ C Apr 06, 2018 ]
I am in the process of building my first serious audio setup and I realize the importance of protecting the components from the very beginning. Based on the product description and various reviews associated with the MR4300 it looks like it will do that and more! [ J Kevin Feb 28, 2018 ]
Well respected brand and good reviews all over the internet [ Andrew Feb 25, 2018 ]
I want to protect my investment in expensive electronics. [ James Jan 29, 2018 ]
repair man recommended [ Gary Dec 23, 2017 ]
Protection from power surges and outlet capacity for home tv setup [ Sally Nov 24, 2017 ]
To protect my home theater system including speaker wires. I've had 2 lightening strikes take out gear even though all electrical outlets were on surge suppressors. This unit will accept an add on to protector speakers. [ Oscarr Aug 21, 2017 ]
Prior experience, satisfaction with Panamax products, specs. meeting my needs. [ Mark D. Aug 12, 2017 ]
I have 2 MR4300. They are excellent. [ Michael Aug 01, 2017 ]
Want to protect my equipment and this model had enough outlets and didn't have the annoyingly bright light. [ Joshua Jul 26, 2017 ]
Because it"s what I need to fight these power issues in my house, that already affected two of my electronic components. [ Lewis Jul 21, 2017 ]
I am ordering this Panamax for additional surge protection in another room. My existing Panamax has worked flawlessly for over 15 years without a hitch and I have used the (analog) voltage meter when I call the local power company to report power issues. [ J EDWARD Apr 28, 2017 ]
Recommendation [ Deborah Mar 30, 2017 ]
Well known name [ Richard Feb 05, 2017 ]
I needed another good surge protector that was good looking too. [ New User Jan 23, 2017 ]
I chose this item because Crutchfield is a trusted dealer in quality electronics and I've been a loyal customer for many years!!! [ DAVID Jan 02, 2017 ]
protection of amp and tv's [ JOHN Dec 18, 2016 ]
In stock and had the features I needed [ Russell Nov 17, 2016 ]
you recommended it. [ Michael D. Nov 08, 2016 ]
match existing unit in rack [ John Oct 05, 2016 ]
I have an Arcam AVR with an internal fuse (not user replaceable) that is oversensitive to line voltage variation. [ Keith Allen Oct 01, 2016 ]
needed a good power source read online said it was hope so [ michael Oct 01, 2016 ]
For the cheapest insurance that won't run out in 4 years. [ wayne Sep 24, 2016 ]
Good bang for the buck [ Joseph Jul 06, 2016 ]
To protect my audio investment [ Michael May 24, 2016 ]
Customer Rep suggested it to me. I have personally seen this item do the job. I feel very secure in regards to my equipment. [ MICHAEL May 14, 2016 ]
I have an earlier model of the Panamax power conditioner and like it very much. It provides consistent, clean power for my home theater system. I will always have one in my setup. [ Ryan Apr 20, 2016 ]
Liked the USB port on the front [ Jeffery Mar 20, 2016 ]
Advisor Ann Ann's Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=55 [ LARRY A Mar 13, 2016 ]
Had this same model with previous home theater [ Raymond Di Feb 26, 2016 ]
performance [ Michael Feb 12, 2016 ]
Had an old one that worked well but wanted a slimmer new version for new speaker system. [ Michael Feb 08, 2016 ]
looking to stabilize power source. live in area with many thunderstorms and need assurance that my equipment is protected. [ Charles Dec 31, 2015 ]
It was the model I was looking for and you had the best price. [ Richard Dec 31, 2015 ]
Power for home network items (sonos and NAS drives) [ K Dec 28, 2015 ]
The Panamax 4300 is small enough to fit within my nearly full A/V rack. [ Fredrick Dec 22, 2015 ]
Kevin's recommendation [ Gary Dec 19, 2015 ]
If you have a component that requires a separate ground connection (such as a turntable or powered subwoofer, for example) then you can use the "ground lug" terminal on the MR4300 to safely ground it. For more details or to discuss further please feel free to contact an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. Thanks! [ Larry Feb 06, 2018 ] Staff
I selected the high current bank of outlets for my receiver, external amp & powered subwoofer. I use the other bank for my Blu-Ray player & DVR. I interpreted the designation of banks as a means to separate outlets intended for amps from media players. Although I haven't tried a different configuration I'd bet it wouldn't make a huge difference either way? [ stickywicked447 Jan 10, 2018 ]
Only put the receiver in the high current bank. Put everything else in noise filtering. [ David Jan 09, 2018 ]
Mine reads 118-119 for a majority of the time. [ House Apr 07, 2017 ]
In a 120 volt AC system the "A" stands for alternating. It is normal for the line voltage to be anywhere between 110 and 130. [ Brian F. Apr 07, 2017 ]
120 is nominal, but I live in a rural area that has old power lines that go out a lot. I see my display indicate as low as 114 during rain or snow, and as high as 126 when dry low power demands. I have seen this thing save my HT system multiple times such as the occasion of a large tree falling on a power line. [ MICHAEL Apr 07, 2017 ]
My devices (3) fluctuate from 119-121. I do not recall ever seeing 123. [ JOSEPH Apr 06, 2017 ]
PG&E has a good capture of the voltages in this country pge_dot_com/includes/docs/pdfs/mybusiness/customerservice/energystatus/powerquality/voltage_tolerance.pdf Basically states: Range A service voltage range is plus or minus 5% of nominal (looks like about 110 - 124.5V) Range B utilization voltage range is plus 6% to minus 13% of nominal (looks like about 106 - 127V) But take a look at the PG&E link and apply the information that is applicable to your area. [ David Apr 05, 2017 ]
Voltage fluctuates in all homes. The power company tries to hold it +- 5% of a nominal value but it really can be +- 10 % easy. I have seen a nominal 120 VAC fluctuate from 100 to 145 volts. If the power company has lines and equipment that are loaded toward the maximum capacity, fluctuations will be greater than if they are lightly loaded. [ Mike Apr 05, 2017 ]
That's normal. Voltage fluctuates. [ Jordan Apr 05, 2017 ]
Since we're talking about "Alternating Current", it does fluctuate several volts up and down. I've seen mine as low as 117 VAC and as high as 123 VAC. That's a normal span, according to what my electrician friends have advised. You're fine. [ Johnny Apr 05, 2017 ]
The Panamax MR4300 will handle all those items as well as a few more. I have a PS3, LG UHD 49", Def Tech SW 1500 Watt, Def Tech center channel with 300 watts built power sub woofer, and 2 Definitive Technology ST8060 Towers that contain 300 W power amps in each tower. Driving all this is a Sony STR- DN840 7.2 h 150W/ channel 4K HD receiver. plus the Directtv box, and the modem and power supply.. I feel confident with the protection I have. [ MICHAEL Apr 07, 2017 ]
I recently purchased and incorporated the Panamax MR4300 into my home entertainment system. It's only been in use for about 2 months but it's been great so far. The components I have connected to it are a 42" LCD HDTV, Onkyo TX-NR717 receiver, Sony BDP-S6200 blu-ray player and a 600 Watt powered dual 8-inch subwoofer. I have had no issues powering my system. I live in a fairly remote location that is often susceptible to power surges and power outages during storms. The digital voltage display provides great peace of mind, knowing exactly what power my system is getting and that all of my components are protected. It is also nice to be able to turn the power off to all of the components by simply pressing a button. The display can be dimmed or completely turned off while in use if it's in a visible location. As to your question regarding the power consumption of your system. I'm not sure how to find that out, but I would guess the MR4300 will handle it just fine. I do know that most electronics have a sticker/label on the back showing their power consumption. You might be able to do some math from that. If not Crutchfield has some of the best customer service on the internet. [ MICAH Jan 06, 2015 ]
I have this unit. I bought it as insurance. I have no idea if it "works" or not yet, as nothing bad has happened. However, I do have my entire theater system running through it - Projector Receiver/amp Blu-Ray Cable box HDMI splitter LED stage lights Light board Sound mixing board 2-channel Karaoke amp (Dad of the year according to my daughter for the previous 4 items) 2-Channel amp for speakers in other rooms Maybe a couple other things This powers them all without a hitch. I figure that since most homes use 15 amp breakers, and this unit is rated for 15 amps, it can run as many things as your circuit can realistically handle. [ Tim Jan 06, 2015 ]
Hi Allen. Unfortunately, I can't really answer your question. I do not have my powered subwoofer running through the conditioner. My subwoofer is on another wall plugged into a separate outlet. That being said, I have a 65" plasma 3D TV, an Arcam receiver (7x100), a cable box, and a blu-ray player hooked up through the conditioner. I have experienced no problems with it. I hope that helps a bit. [ kenneth Jan 05, 2015 ]
Hey Allen. Currently I have my Sony 55" t.v., Yamaha receiver, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, and a WII U all plugged into my MR4300, and my subwoofer is plugged into a wall outlet next to my entertainment center. When I'm running at least (3) components at once, there's "very limited" power consumption. My 4300 always indicates (120 VOLTS) on it's display, and the the lowest amount of voltage that I've ever seen when all my devices are running at once is (118). It fluctuates voltage back-and-forth all the time, but I don't see why you'd have any problem(s) using a 4300 with your home theater set-up having your sub plugged in as well. Good luck. [ Kathleen Jan 05, 2015 ]
I can't say for certain... But I am putting this sucker to work with all the components attached. Marinate AV Receiver, Blue Ray, Klipsch Powered sub, DTV, Xbox1, and more... This sucker has been no problem whatsoever. Can't say about the protection, because thankfully, I haven't needed yet. All-in-all... Its a good piece of equipment. [ CULLEN Jan 05, 2015 ]
Thank you kindly sir! I'll give it a try. [ Allen Jan 05, 2015 ]
Allen / The operating power requirements of these components are quite low . I have as many or maybe a couple more units plugged into my Pmax w/ no issues . The power consumption of electronic components is not shown in the mfr's specs unfortunately . G [ GERALD Jan 05, 2015 ]
total of 11 AC outlets, 10 rear, 1 front
three isolated outlet banks to reduce inter-component interference
Linear Level 4 EMI/RFI noise filtering
lacks front-panel lamps
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