BC30X1 Hybrid Balanced and Filtered Powerline conditioner

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Gilbert Y
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BC30X1 Hybrid Balanced and Filtered Powerline conditioner

Post by Gilbert Y » Tue Apr 08, 2014 1:27 pm

Here you are

https://www.flickr.com/photos/17843311@ ... 660387304/

Two pictures of the BC30X1 in it standard config. Like the BC60X1 this BC30X1 using the same concept as mix with filtered balanced power and filtered only power. It has a built in X1e. This is a X1e the original big brother not the little brother X0e. It has a 120 VA balance power output. Enough for a preamp, a DAC or may be a phonostage. However, if the user want more separation between digital and analog, we have another product (TPX120 coming soon) which will have a 120 VA transformer in a stand along form so the DAC can plug into that one alone to isolate from the analog more.

Two outlets from the rectangular outlets are the balance power. The other four on the other vertical pipe are the filtered only power outlet. Unique to this BC30X1 is the special design high current (for power amps and sub woofer amps ) outlets right beside the power inlet. This outlets are design for high current with fast response time in mind. Although these are design for high current application, they also work well with line level components such as phonostage, DAC, computer, hard drives, etc.

Retail price is $2,195.00.

I know you guys are going to ask me what is the percentage of this BC30X1 has compare to the BC60X1. This is the question for the user to decided.

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Post by Gilbert Y » Tue Apr 08, 2014 1:34 pm

Forget to mention the white Neutrik Powercon jack is for connect a TSPD user replaceable surge protector. It is a standard feature for the BC30X1.

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Re: BC30X1 Hybrid Balanced and Filtered Powerline conditione

Post by Techguy » Thu May 05, 2016 12:39 pm

Gilbert Y wrote:
... Unique to this BC30X1 is the special design high current (for power amps and sub woofer amps ) outlets right beside the power inlet. This outlets are design for high current with fast response time in mind. ...
Hello

Are these high current outlets the same as the RPD-15 DC Offset Blocker?

If not can a RPD-15 DC Offset Blocker be added internally to these outlets?

Thank-you.

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Post by Clave » Wed May 11, 2016 6:50 am

I can answer the first question for you because I own a 30x1. There is no DC offset built in. Whether it can be added the BC folks will have to answer for you.

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Matt

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Post by Gilbert Y » Mon May 23, 2016 5:05 pm

To answer the second question. Yes, DC blocker can be built into BC30X1.

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