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The Puritan PSM136: Removing the Noise, So You Can Hear Your Toys - The Audiophile Man
With its symmetrically balanced circuitry, Paul Rigby reviews the Puritan PSM136 Studio Master Mains Purifier A mains purifier, the PSM136 offers six fully independent outputs and 39 finely tuned filter elements. Available with all common output sockets including the standard 3-pin and Schuko, spanning 430 x 230 x 110mm and arriving in an electrically and magnetically shielded casing, the PSM135 promises to rebalance the AC sine wave, removing all DC components, enabling transformers to work efficiently and quietly. That’s the idea, at any rate. Helped by a cleansed earth that, says the company, “…removes noise from the earth line further enhancing clarity and dynamics.” Normally, I would provide more technical information, via text, at this point but I was fortunate to grab a hold of company director, Mike Lester to record a live interview with him which reveals far more about the product itself and the principles behind it. Please click on the file, below, to hear that interview and then proceed to my sound test findings, further below. One final note. As I say, I was fortunate to catch Mike when I did and hence the interview is rather ad hoc. Because of that, Mike’s sound levels are not …