Mains Multiplier 7
- ‘Star-wired’ phase, neutral and earth for best performance
- Protects all seven contacts by the Pulse Protector inside
- IEC C13 input connector gives the freedom to use preferred power cord
- Three HF filtered output sockets
The Mains Multiplier 7 is not a regular multiple socket, more a work of art made on a CNC machine that shapes this form out of one piece of synthetic material. Yes… synthetic! The results speak for themselves, optical as well as electrical.
The type of the seven sockets is chosen because of the high contact pressure, which is obvious when putting in or pulling out a power plug. More contact pressure and an optimal contact surface do create a low resistance value which is very important for a good power distribution.
The wiring from phase, neutral and earth is connected by a star principle. Every output has its own wiring towards the input connector. Peaks in the current or interference signals that appear on the earth contacts of one socket will now have less effect on the other sockets.
Just behind the IEC input connector a Pulse Protector is integrated. This prevents peaks and pulses to reach your equipment. For more information, read about the Pulse Protector elsewhere on this site. Two outputs are fitted with internal high frequency filters which contribute to a natural sound and detailed image.
Where to use?
Wherever you need to connect multiple loads to the mains, a Mains Multiplier is a wise choice. Of course you will have to use high performance power cords, else a Mains Multiplier will not perform at its best. It’s a combination of factors, only if you use a Mains Multiplier in combination with high performance power cords you will have the maximum results for your audio system.
Of course it is possible to use a Mains Multiplier as an ordinary multiple socket without high performance power cords, but this will not give you optimal results. Our advice is to upgrade to our power cords, the result will be rewarding.