Belkin PureAV Home Theater Power Console PF60 Surge Suppressor £44.98 delivered @BigOffers (3.5% quidco available) - HotUKDeals
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Belkin PureAV Home Theater Power Console PF60 Surge Suppressor £44.98 delivered @BigOffers (3.5% quidco available)

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OK these are CHEAP, Belkins top consumer surge protector retails @ £200~ £250 Assuming it's not a misprice I have ordered 2, 1 for home theatre & one for PC duties. Reviews here: http://www.au… Read More
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7y, 2w agoFound 7 years, 2 weeks ago
OK these are CHEAP, Belkins top consumer surge protector retails @ £200~ £250

Assuming it's not a misprice I have ordered 2, 1 for home theatre & one for PC duties.

Reviews here:
http://www.audioreview.com/cat/other/power_conditioners/belkin/pure-av-power-console-pf60/PRD_411198_5824crx.aspx

http://forum.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/frr.pl?raccs&1164306802&&&/Belkin-Pure-AV-Silver-Series-PF-60-AC-fi

http://www.hometheaterspot.com/fusionbb/tech-review.php?rev=76

Specs here: web.belkin.com/support/download/downloaddetails.asp?file_id=1802
Google Shopping here: http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=belkin+pf60&scoring=p
Skinflint here: http://skinflint.co.uk/a227098.html

The LCD status display allows users to monitor input voltage and output current on each individual bank of outlets. Each PureAV Power Console is packed with innovative features, such as Multi-Phase PureFilterT Circuitry, designed to remove electrical noise and provide clean and clear power to all of your valuable equipment. It isolates audio, video and digital components, and prevents noise created by one connected component from contaminating the entire system. Built-in Advanced Overvoltage Protection automatically disconnects power from your equipment when the input voltage reaches a dangerous level, and restores power automatically when the voltage returns to a safe level. To deal with threats from sources other than your AC lines, all PureAV Power Consoles come with coaxial cable, phone and broadband Ethernet line protection

* Central LCD Control Panel allows you to monitor voltage and current from individual socket banks
* Programmable socket banks allow you to set switched and delay functionality for each outlet bank
* Console design fits perfectly in your Home cinema cabinet
* Advanced Overvoltage Protection
* Comes with Belkin Lifetime and Connected Equipment Warranty to £300,000
* Level 3 Power Protection
* Phase 5 PureFilterT Circuitry with isolated Digital, Video, Audio and HiCurrentT Filters
* Protects from coaxial-cable-/satellite-signal-line disturbances
* Convenient console configuration with rack-mount option
* LCD Control Panel, Voltage and current meter
* Phase 5 PureFilter Circuitry with Isolated Audio, Video, Digital, and High-Current Filters
* 10 programmable sockets, including a front auxiliary socket, to protect and organise all of your home cinema equipment with programmable delay settings
* 1 HiCurrent socket for power-hungry amplifiers
* 8750J of surge protection, 300,000 Amp Maximum Spike Amperage
* Extended 3M PureAV SDTM 1000 Power Cable
* Phone-line protection with built-in splitter, Broadband/Ethernet protection, 3 pairs of gold-plated coaxial connectors for DSS/cable TV/antenna protection
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#2
Waste of money seeing as all electronics devices have built-in PSUs that provide very smooth DC.
[mod]#4


The price appears to have dropped another £5 since that thread, so a repost is allowed, thanks.
#5
Clean and clear power - isn't that just a myth?
1 Like #6
I assume (hope) this is a UK version as it comes with 10 sockets, not 12.
#7
Can anyone confirm that this is the UK plug version rather than the US or EU model?


edit: ^^ thanks, didn't think of that.
#8
Does anyone know of anybody who has had equipment damaged by a power surge? I don't.
#9
I have bought this as much for its intelligent socket extending as the power surge AV properties.

With this I should use quite a bit less electricity and keep my cables tidy.

I hope ;o)
#10
Well I bought one as it looks cool, and most reviews seem to think this is an amazing piece of kit.

45.00, you cant go wrong.
#11
Ha.... if you are here making negative points about the need for such a piece of kit - maybe you should think about a hobby other than advertising your tendency to post before you think.

At £45 this is a steal. Ok, if you are using a £50 dvd player then you have nothing really to gain but if you have a serious system, you shouldn't underestimate the value of a good power source.
#12
Article about the supplier:
http://business.scotsman.com/business/Shaf-Rasul-snaps-up-a.6053687.jp

(linked to from their parent site)
#13
deek72
Does anyone know of anybody who has had equipment damaged by a power surge? I don't.


Only lightening related...and that is very rare.
#14
And I am not to sure if your home insurance covers spike as well.

If you have 4000.00 worth of TV and home audio stuff then 40.00 is more than worth it.

A normal mains protector can cost up to 20.00.

No matter how you look at it, this is an amazing deal
#15
So do you plug this into one socket and then plug your equipment into this?

Is that not a bit dodgy in itself - I thought you should not have too many appliances on one socket.
#16
From what I can gather, is that you plug everthing into it, and it has a high quality socket that you plus into your wall.

Then it cleans you power I guess, like a filter, and all that humming, and buzz is filtered out.

We will see, but hey its 45.00 who cares.. LOL is being sold for 250.00 on amazon, surprised this is not smoking by now.
#17
heat added

cheapest I can find this is £99.99 on ebay so still a good saving whether its a needed product or not. Suppose its good for peace of mind for those with expensive set-ups. :thumbsup:
#18
sigma
The price appears to have dropped another £5 since that thread, so a repost is allowed, thanks.


Price of item hadn't dropped, I had posted total cost inclusive of postage to Northern Ireland. Didn't realise that there was a different postage cost :roll:

Regardless, it seems a cracker deal, so get in there :thumbsup:
#19
canada16
From what I can gather, is that you plug everthing into it, and it has a high quality socket that you plus into your wall.

Then it cleans you power I guess, like a filter, and all that humming, and buzz is filtered out.

We will see, but hey its 45.00 who cares.. LOL is being sold for 250.00 on amazon, surprised this is not smoking by now.


Cheers. Heat added. I'll have a think about this - not sure of it will match my setup but it's good for piece of mind. Don't think I'd notice the better power quality though.

This won't go hot I'm afraid as he majority won't beleve they need this but still a good deal.
#20
Though, this product does appear to be 4 or 5 years old.
#21
So is my RSW12, but it still keeps up with 2010 models.
#22
talksalot81
Ha.... if you are here making negative points about the need for such a piece of kit - maybe you should think about a hobby other than advertising your tendency to post before you think.
Personally I was just trying to save people from wasting money on something that has no effect on the sound quality of their hifi. Hopefully not everyone reading this thread is as inane and rude as you.

Basically, this is a great deal in the same way that a £45 HDMI (reduced from £200!!!!) cable would be a great deal.
#23
deek72
Does anyone know of anybody who has had equipment damaged by a power surge? I don't.


Everytime there's a significant storm yes, over the next week, at least 10-20 call the desk as they require a new router or restoring data to a new machine as the old one popped, although it is small office/home office we deal with, can't say for households though.

alasrati
Personally I was just trying to save people from wasting money on something that has no effect on the sound quality of their hifi. Hopefully not everyone reading this thread is as inane and rude as you.

Basically, this is a great deal in the same way that a £45 HDMI (reduced from £200!!!!) cable would be a great deal.


Sorry, but that's just uninformed opinion, it's not about how 'clean' it makes your kit sound, although it is a side benefit - it's about protecting your AV kit.

Please read what the unit actually does, before opinioning on it. Ta!
#24
northernlights
Sorry, but that's just uninformed opinion, it's not about how 'clean' it makes your kit sound, although it is a side benefit - it's about protecting your AV kit.

Please read what the unit actually does, before opinioning on it. Ta!
Thank you, I was quite aware that this is also a surge protector as, despite your insinuation, I did read the product description before opining. Seeing as surge protectors cost about £10, I assume that most people buying this £200+ RRP device must be expecting a lot more. Even with 10 sockets and ethernet/coax it is pricey at £45.
#25
Pricey @ £45? With a £300,000 warranty, programmable sockets, rackmount option & current/voltage info?

Really? Until I see a better deal for a similar spec product, I call shenanigans. All surge protectors are NOT equal.

Although I agree with you on 'snake oil' products such as 'pro' HDMI cables, with all due respect I think you're on a wind-up.

But no matter, the deal has been and gone, and it appears most who bought one (or two) knew the value of it.
#26
Hm, they have sent me the PF50, not 60..... Does anybody know the difference?
#27
I picked mine up from depot today as was on hols.

Mine is a PF50 as well, I think thats the newer model, but I could be wrong and they are selling at a lot more than the PF60?

Anyone hooked theirs up yet?
#28
PF50 is the older model.

I cant be bothered complaining, as from another site I posted on they seem to be loving it, and they can hear better sound.

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