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SYSTEMS AND MAGIC

Comparison Table

 

This table is intended as an orientative guide to help you to match BlackNoise filters at best with different unit tipologies regarding not just audio gear, but also Personal Computers, TV sets, LCD screens etc.

 

This Orientative guide has to be intended exactly in its literal meaning, a general guidance among our products: to remove all doubts and to match at best your audio-video setup with BlackNoise products, with full confidence you may directly ask us for advice. See contacts.

Casella di testo: CDP, SACD, DVD, DAC, Transports,
Turntable power supplies
Casella di testo: Phono-Preamp
Casella di testo: Preamplifiers
Casella di testo: High Power Amplifiers
Casella di testo: Integrated Amplifiers
Casella di testo: Power Amplifiers
Casella di testo: Single-Ended Triodes 1-5w 
Casella di testo: OTL
Casella di testo: Electrostatic Speakers
Casella di testo: CRT/Plasma  TV
Casella di testo: Electrostatic Headphones
Casella di testo: LCD Monitor / TV
Casella di testo: Personal Computer
Casella di testo: Electronic Crossovers
Casella di testo: Videoprojectors
Casella di testo: Active Subwoofers 
Casella di testo: Active Step-Up
Casella di testo:

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M A D E  I N  I T A L Y

S Y S T E M S   A N D   M A G I C

For each tipology exists an optimal match with a specific BlackNoise able to make the best out of the device characteristics, but in some cases there are more optimal matches than just one... rather than a mistake, it depends by the power ratings we are dealing with. For example, a 100 W per channel class A power amplifier needs at least a BlackNoise 1000; the 500 is not recommended, but only because is underpowered (a stereo amp delivering 100 W per channel in pure A class uses about 800 W).

 

As you see, any kind of BlackNoise is also not recommended to be used with active subwoofers with the exception of the MiniBlack: the frequency band served by these speakers is unable to make a perceptible difference, with or without filters. Unfortunately, switching power supplies and class D power amps are used more and more with these units. Such devices overimpose a great deal of disturbances on mains line and a filter would really be needed... but from a pure audiophile point of view the rest of the setup is best served with BlackNoise filters placed on the other units. The MiniBlack represents an exception because it is able to exert an excellent protection and filtering action in relation to its very affordable cost.

function and emotion

BlackNoise Mains Filters

 

V2

Extreme

500

1000

2500

MiniBlack

e-Spira

Zero

 

Comparison Table

 

Ćtere’s

Instruments

 

Energy Distributors

 

DUPLEX

Four, Six, Eight

SixColor

Derive!

slim3, slim5

 

Mains Cables

 

joker

BlackWire plus+

GoldWire

PEARL

 

Accessories

 

Phaser

Phable

Phaseasy

Adapters

90° Plugs

 

Publications

 

Get Better Sound

Extreme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MiniBlack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

e-Spira

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optimal

 

Good

 

Adequate

 

Not Recommended

Model

Full power over 230 V~

Full power over 115 V~

Ampere

Extreme

230 W

115 W

1

500

460 W

230 W

2

1000

920 W

460 W

4

2500

2300 W

1150 W

10

MiniBlack

2300 W

1150 W

10

e-Spira

na

na

na