Isolate Your Analog and Digital Components With Shunyata Venom MPC-12A Power Distributor: Designed for Stereos and Home Theaters, Provides Surge Protection and Prevents Sound Pollution
Designed to isolate your analog and digital components, and tailored for stereo systems and home theaters, the Shunyata Venom MPC-12A power distributor/conditioner is the most complete, multi-function, and high-current model of its kind in the world. MPC stands for "Media Power Center." If you have a high-end digital or home-theater system, Venom MPC-12A is as essential for optimal performance as your speakers. Equipped with onboard surge, spike, and over-current protection, this state-of-the-art device prevents your digital array from polluting your analog components with power-line noise inherent to their construction. In basic terms, Venom MPC-12A serves as a firewall between analog and digital, guaranteeing the digital and processing components associated with computers don't interfere with your analog gear.
Unique in concept and execution, Venom MPC-12A contains two completely separate power conditioners – starting from the power inlet. Shunyata's finest-grade filter arrays fill the analog section, reducing noise, upgrading sound and vision, and providing maximum current delivery to the most power-hungry amplifiers. Armed with a dozen outlets accommodate even the most complex systems and needs, Venom MPC-12A touts two separate banks of outlets (analog and digital) and welcomes everything from traditional analog sources to CD players, DACs, and more. Backed by our 100% Money-Back Guarantee, Venom MPC-12A makes for a colossal upgrade to any system.
(Explanation of the distinction between Venom MPC-12A and MPC-12C: Unlike Venom MPC-12C, expressly designed for computer- and server-based systems, this model does not have a large, custom hand-wound coil that absorbs and contains the intense digital hash generated by computers, servers, and video devices. Both of the outlet banks are the same, but just divided into analog and digital sections.)