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Panamax MR4300 9-Outlet Power Management Surge Protector EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Panamax MR4300 9-Outlet Power Management Surge Protector on sale for $169.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks sleepybubba

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Best Buy has $170 off on Panamax MR4300 Surge Protector right now: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/pana...Id=6581907. Local pickup where available or FS.

The other Panamax power management components are also on sale [bestbuy.com] but at a lower discounts.

MR4300 Features:
  • 9 Protected & Filtered Power outlets
  • Exclusive Automatic Voltage Monitoring (AVM)
  • Protect or Disconnect™ Technology
  • USB Charging (0.5V/5V)
  • Linear Level 3 Filtration (2 Total Isolated banks) with Dedicated High Current Outlet Bank (4 Outlets)
  • Antenna, Cable, or Satellite, LAN and TELCO signal protection
  • Rotating & Dimmable Media Lights Illuminate Equipment
  • 8 ft. Power Cable with Low Profile Plug
  • Rack ears included
More information on MR4300 is here: https://www.panamax.com/product/m...ent-MR4300

Edit: Amazon matched: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ILH7KJI (Thanks @signetv)
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You should get a Rack mount UPS, this is little more than a glorified surge protector
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Those interested in an alternative, check out Furman power conditioners. The PST-6 is pretty cheap on Amazon and great quality. Solved a noise issue in my home theater setup.
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Different purpose, UPS is not going to provide a clean and isolated power for a high end sound system..
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I just added a deal alert today on Panamax.....is this the lowest we have seen or should I wait for Black Friday?
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I just added a deal alert today on Panamax.....is this the lowest we have seen or should I wait for Black Friday?
I searched SD and found that there was $150 deal for this from Amazon back in 2017 which went OOS almost immediately. I have not seen it this low for a while.
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What type of equipment / scenario warrants this hardware?
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Never even heard of this but it sounds something good to have when I start building a Ubiquiti rack with switch, router, nas, etc.. Does anyone know if it's rack compatible?
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Looks like a great deal, ty op
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Never even heard of this but it sounds something good to have when I start building a Ubiquiti rack with switch, router, nas, etc.. Does anyone know if it's rack compatible?
"Rack ears included" so, yeah, it would be rack compatible.
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This is a great surge, line conditioning equipment. for all your high-end electronics TV on theater gaming systems etc.
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Never even heard of this but it sounds something good to have when I start building a Ubiquiti rack with switch, router, nas, etc.. Does anyone know if it's rack compatible?
You should get a Rack mount UPS, this is little more than a glorified surge protector
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Home theater. If you're dropping $2000+ on a preamps and $texas on amps, throw in a dash of spicy projector and baby you got an expensive soup. You want as clean and protected power to these as possible.
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Home theater. If you're dropping $2000+ on a preamps and $texas on amps, throw in a dash of spicy projector and baby you got an expensive soup. You want as clean and protected power to these as possible.
I have all of my expensive home theatre e equipments on a regular surge protector, except for one front channel speaker directly connected to a wall outlet.. guess what, that of only one that failed in 5 years... definitely going to upgrade to this, and have all of them connect to this baby
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Thank you! I've been waiting for a deal on a quality unit like that. Got one for my home audio/tv set up.
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Those interested in an alternative, check out Furman power conditioners. The PST-6 is pretty cheap on Amazon and great quality. Solved a noise issue in my home theater setup.
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