Furutech Daytona 303

Written by on 11/14/2017 in Super Tweaks - No comments

One of the best AC Line conditioners.

We only have one unit left with the US style NEMA outlets for compatibility with the majority of the local aftermarket high performance power cord industry.


The Furutech Daytona 303 is a sophisticated, luxuriously made single-chassis power distributor, conditioner and filtering unit that eliminates many common problems caused by massively contaminated electrical power lines. Our AC mains waveforms are heavily distorted by various negative influences such as ground noise, voltage spikes and sags, high frequency power supply noise from other components, plus high frequency digital noise radiating from processors and other digital devices throughout the home or office.

There are also distortion products at the top and bottom of the AC waveform created by switch-mode power supplies in small electronics and charging devices on the same circuit. Additionally, we’re never alone; our residential AC supply is shared with other homes and businesses on the same utility line. That’s why many audio and video enthusiasts notice their systems are more enjoyable late at night or on weekends.

Like a Daytona GT racer, the Furutech e-TP303 is purpose-built to comprehensively protect our audio and video systems with 5250 joules of surge protection plus Stage 3 filtering that dramatically reduces induced, radiated and ground-borne noise. Micro-circuits monitor line voltage and disconnects instantly if dangerous over- or under-voltages occurs, then reconnects once the electrical feed returns to safe levels.

The Daytona also features three ultra-advanced isolating filter sections including two analog, two digital, plus another pair of ultra-high-current audio filters. The NEMA version of the Daytona has twelve surge-protected AC outlets, 3 pair of protected coaxial connections, and 1-in/2-out fully-protected phone line connections.

The Daytona 303 relieves our systems of flat, hard, and grainy high frequencies, a thick and bloated lower-midrange, wooly mid- to lower-bass, a loss of air and detail and soundstage instability or drift. On video displays the picture resolution is sharper, with zero ghosting, color bleeding, snow, or vertical and horizontal lines to spoil the view.

If all this sounds familiar, you need a Furutech Daytona !

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