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    Hi guys,

    I have an APC battery backup that i currently have all my stuff connected to. I was wondering if it also acts as a power conditioner, or if I should add one.

    Are there any decent ones for under $150?

    Thanks!
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    This one is almost 75% off retail:

    http://www.buy.com/prod/Monster_Powe.../90119434.html

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    It would depend on the model you have. Some of them do and some of them don't.
    If you want to read alot of discussion on the subject go here .
    It took me a long time to get through this thread but it had alot of good info.
    Skynut
    SOPAŽ Founder
    The system Almost there
    DVD Onkyo DV-SP802
    Sunfire Theater Grand II
    Sherbourn 7/2100
    Panamax 5510 power conditioner (for electronics)
    2 PSAudio UPC-200 power conditioners (for amps)
    Front L/R RT3000p (Bi-Wired)
    Center CS1000p (Bi-Wired) (under the television)
    Center RT2000p's (Bi-Wired) (on each side of the television)
    Sur FX1000
    SVS ultra plus 2

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    Thanks for looking

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