Furman M-8x2Item ID: M8x2
8-outlet Rackmountable Power Conditioner with Wall Wart Spacing on Rear Outlets - 15 Amps
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Compact and Affordable Power Conditioning!Get eight more outlets of reliable power! Furman's M-8x2 is a remarkably affordable power conditioner that's perfect for your studio or live sound rig. Not only does the M-8x2 power conditioner free up your wall outlets, it filters the noise out of your power, increasing the sound quality of your entire system. Housed in a robust, road-ready metal 1U chassis, you can easily rackmount your Furman M-8x2 for added convenience. And thanks to it's 3.75"-deep design, you can even add a Furman M-8x2 power conditioner to your shallowest portable rack.
Furman M-8x2 8-out, 15-amp Power Conditioner at a Glance:
Vital power filtering removes unwanted noise from your sound
Did you know that most power sources are really noisy? The hum from fans, the buzz from fluorescent lights, even the swaying of the power lines outside your house or studio can all build up to add low-level background noise to your system. Typical power strips don't do a thing about this noise, which is why you need a Furman M-8x2 power conditioner. Thanks to the power filtration built into the M-8x2, you'll get cleaner sound and better performance from your music gear.
Reliable Furman quality gives you power you can count on
Another reason to go with a Furman M-8x2 power conditioner is plain and simple reliability. Most power strips wear out in a few years, but before they go, they deliver more and more erratic power. Cheap components can cause serious fluctuations even in new power strips. The scary thing is that you normally can't detect the results of bad power at first, but your gear can. At Sweetwater, we've seen how bad power can burn out transformers, reformat hard drives, and reek all sorts of havoc on your rig. Play it safe, add a Furman M-8x2 power conditioner to your rig today.
Compact design makes it easy to add power conditioning to any rig
The basic convenience of the rackmountable Furman M-8x2 power conditioner is a benefit you can't help but appreciate. Mounted snugly at the top of your rack, the M-8x2 doesn't pose the tripping hazard and other inconveniences of a floor power unit. It's only 3.75" deep, so it stays out of the way, even in shallow racks. What's more, the M-8x2 features wall-wart outlet spacing, making it even more compatible with a wider range of your music gear.
Furman M-8x2 8-out, 15-amp Power Conditioner Features:
Give your gear trusted Furman power with the low-profile M-8x2 15-amp power conditioner!
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Reviewsbased on 24 reviews
Furman M8 Power Conditioner
by Bob G. from Hartford County, CT, USAThe Furman M8 15A Power Conditioner is the most cost-effective and one of the least expensive power conditioners available on today's market. If you use a power conditioner regularly for powering sev... read more [+]eral electronic devices that require steady 115-120 voltage, the Furman M8 provides 8 switched outlets on the reverse side of the M8, and 1 un-switched outlet on the front side of the M8.
December 23, 2012
Music Background: Hobbyist / Boutique Effects Fan / Entry-Level Recording
While there may be other power conditioners that offer "clean" power for sensitive audio applications, the Furman M8 offers adequate power with rack mount for standard audio needs.
At the price of the Furman M8, it would take more than just "clean power" to influence a choice for another power conditioner. The Furman M8 is all that is needed for powering electronic devices with rack mounted standard 115-120 VAC. close [-]
Furman Power Conditioner Gets the Job Done
by Greg Beneze from Cornfields of IllinoisVery cost effective insurance for your amps and equipment in your rack - plus an outlet for a piece of equipment (for me it is my vintage guitar amp). If you don't need the light and the readouts th... read more [+]is is the unit for you. close [-]
November 20, 2012
Music Background: Former professional, now a hobbyist
by Wolf from Los AngelesThis unit protects your gear and puts your mind at peace. It is a great investment and I could also state that it is necessary when you start investing in a nice recording chain. I noticed the hiss di... read more [+]sappearing from my monitors and their performance sounding tighter, indicating that it is doing its job. Don't let the price fool you when you compare it to other products, it is still a great step forward for your setup. close [-]
November 13, 2012
Music Background: Independent Artist/ Producer/ Recording engineer
Solved the problem
by Jeff from Red Bank, NJWas experiencing serious noise from my Keyboard at certain small venues - bar stages with outdated electrical and neon signs.
September 12, 2012
Music Background: Actively performing - Rock Band
Routed all the band's gear through the M-8x2 and the noise ... read more [+]is gone. More sophisticated models were recommended for our situation, but we wanted to test to ensure it was worthy. It's worthy! close [-]
by Alex from ColoradoThe unit itself is pretty simple in construction, but if you don't need a lot of fancy blinking lights this does its job nicely. The power outlet on the front is really convinient aswell and it evens ... read more [+]out some of the hum I was getting from different outlets in my house, and especially going through different gigs, who knows what their power supply will do to your sound? I got this just to be sure, and it is definitely working out for me so far. close [-]
April 24, 2012
Music Background: Guitarist, Gigging Musician