PS AUDIO has an all-new line of Power Plant power generators with the “Direct Stream’ prefix – there are three models, all featuring “FPGA-based DSD sine wave generators and selectable real-time monitoring.”
Th DirectStream Power Plant 12 is the successor to the P5 Power Plant and has been completely redesigned from the ground up with lower output impedance, lower distortion, a new FPGA based DSD sine wave generator, and “an improved level of performance never before attained by any Power Plant of its size.”
The Power Plant 15 succeeds the P10, the previous flagship regenerator from PS. The P15 has five separate regenerated zones, buss bar delivery system, and 1,500 watts of pure regenerated power. Says the company, “From medium to large power amplifiers to the smallest pieces of source equipment, the P15 will work magic on your system’s performance. Expect far better micro and macro dynamics as well as a cleaner, lower noise background.”
The flagship PP 20 is “the finest expression of the art of delivering protected, pure, regulated, distortion-free AC power. With peak power levels of 3,600 watts and the ability to accept both 20 amp and 15 amp power cables, no equipment can tax the mighty P20. FPGA-based DSD sine wave generation, gold-plated solid copper buss bars – regardless of incoming power quality, the P20 outputs clean, protected, low impedance, regulated power you can count on for the most demanding systems in the world.”
All units are made in Boulder, Colorado, and will begin shipping in this month. Sales will be direct from the PS Audio factory, through selected US dealers, and through PS Audio’s worldwide network of distributors.
The PP12 retails for US$4,999, the PP15 for US$7,499 and the PP20 for US$9,999.