Posted on 28th May, 2018


Well, there you have it. Twelve into one equals one as far as power maestro IsoTek is concerned.

To prove our existing maths is defective, IsoTek showed its dazzling EVO3 Nova to pundits at Munich's High End Show this month and the reception was overwhelming.

Not hard to see why.

The EVO3 Nova has the build quality of a high-end audio component and as far as power conditions go, is the king of style.

But there’s more to good looks to this new model: the EVO3 Nova is a totally new, twelve-way full system mains power conditioner comprising four high-current outlets and featuring IsoTeks’s unique Direct Coupled technology.

It’s also capable of delivering 3860W of continuous power, a feat that makes it ideal for power amps, monoblock amps, subwoofers and active loudspeakers.

The EVO3 Nova’s circuit yields optimal high-current low impedance filtering while still delivering transient and dynamic performance to the max.

The Nova has KERP technology that is used to ensure equal resistance and power delivery to all of its outlets. Price in Europe is 6,995 Euros. It will be available in August/September.

IsoTek was also showing the EVO3 Gemini, a compact two-way mains power cleaner.

The Gemini carries the exact same award-winning filter network as the EVO3 Polaris model. But the new Gemini has a unique delta filter topology to provide top filtration results of both Common Mode and Differential Mode mains noise.

The EVO3 Gemini ships in July priced in Europe at 295 Euros.

Also attracting a lot of attention was the new IsoTek EVO3 Syncro that was first launched in 2014.

The new Syncro is built into a steel and aluminium chassis that really looks the business.

It carries IsoTek designed DC cancelling electronics that rebalance the mains sine wave on the zero volts line to reduce/silence transformer hum. The Syncro’s circuit synchronises the mains supply to provide a perfectly symmetrical sine wave to deliver better hi-fi sound.

The revised Syncro ships in June and will sell for 595 Euros in Europe.

New Zealand pricing and availability will be confirmed shortly.

For more information visit IsoTek.

Originally published on StereoNET UK as IsoTek Boasts New Products at Munich High End Show

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    Peter Familari

    One of the veteran journalists of the HiFi industry, if there’s a speaker he’s likely heard it or owned it at some point in his career. Peter was formerly the audio-video editor of the Herald Sun newspaper in Australia for over two decades.

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