Power supplies and AVR’s for audio equipment
Looking for a power supply for your audio equipment? It is very important to use the correct power adapter. This way, you can be sure that the right amount of energy is delivered safely and does not overload the equipment. Power adapters are designed to provide constant power. They are one of the most important elements for audio devices. A first-class adapter ensures proper power and smooth operation. The power supply converts the AC voltage into a useful DC voltage for audio equipment. The stronger, quieter and more perfect the power supply, the more lively the sound is. As for stable voltage, most power supplies in professional audio equipment have a range of +/- 10 volts before the unit's power supply voltage is no longer regulated. If the voltage becomes too high, the equipment may break down. If the voltage gets too low, you get hum and buzz, which increases the noise level and reduces the dynamic range of the entire equipment. If the voltage gets too low, you get hum and buzz, which increases the noise level and reduces the dynamic range of the entire equipment.
Depending on your power supply, you may encounter a variety of sound problems in your studio. Most often it is humming caused by grounding problems. Dirty power can also cause clicks and pops in your audio recording. To control the quality of energy, you need to start from the source. Take a look at how power is being distributed around your studio. For best results, make sure that all of your audio equipment is on a dedicated circuit. This does not mean that you need to plug all the equipment in your studio into the same outlet – this is dangerous and can be harmful to the equipment. Instead, identify which outlets are tied to which circuits in electrical panel. In some home studios, all of the outlets in your room will be on the same circuit, in which case you have to be very particular about what you plug in while recording. The most important thing is to make sure that there are no devices with motors in the assigned audio circuit. Motors tend to cause spikes and dips in your power regulation, which can lead to inconsistencies in your recordings. It is also important to make sure that any lighting fixtures or appliances are connected to another circuit. Although these types of devices are not always a problem, separating them from your audio equipment makes it easier to isolate your system and speeds up troubleshooting.
Voltage fluctuation is very common and high in power lines. Voltage fluctuations harm our electrical appliances and may even cause permanent damage to them. A voltage stabilizer solves this problem. It controls the voltage fluctuations entering your appliances and saves them from serious damage. Stabilizers are static equipment used to stabilize your input voltage before sending it to the connected appliance. It senses the voltage fluctuations and either boosts or tames it to the required level before sending it to your appliance. Thus the stabilizer is a safety equipment between your appliance and power supply. It ensures trouble-free operations and optimizes the operating life of your appliance. Selecting a stabilizer is a critical matter. What you need to consider is the nature of fluctuation of power supply in your area and the ratings of the appliances you wish to connect.
Important features you should look out for in a voltage stabilizer:
- Mounting type. Stabilizers should be kept away from wet places and out of reach from children. Hence wall mounted stabilizers are recommended
- Overload current protection. This feature turns off the stabilizer output in case of a short circuit or any kind of burn-out
- Indicators displays. This is a handy feature that is usually included in all stabilizers. It indicates the fluctuating voltage or whether the voltage is sufficient enough
- Time delay systems. In the event of a power cut this feature gives sufficient time to balance the current flow
Types of voltage stabilizers
The voltage stabilizers can be broadly categorized into three types. They are:
- Relay type voltage stabilizers
- Servo based voltage stabilizers
- Static voltage stabilizers
Buy power supplies and AVR’s for audio equipment in Musician.UA
You can buy power supplies and AVR’s audio equipment in our stores. It is also possible to place an order in the online shop. Delivery is carried out all over Ukraine. Thanks to the wide assortment, everyone will find a suitable product for themselves. You can always count on professional advice and assistance. We care about the quality of service and do everything we can to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase.