Panamax releases new EX series of surge protectors

Panamax, a longtime high end surge protection manufacturer, has released their new EX series of component style power conditioners

Panamax (the source of pure picture and sound) has come out with the new EX line of component style surge protection equipment for home theater systems. This new line doubles the filtering performance of the old series to give you the best picture and sound! Panamax is generally only found in high end home theater stores or at custom installers, but, Power Systems is one of the few online authorized dealers of these products. This is important as only authorized dealers carry any product warranty like many electronics these days.

The EX series gives you the picture and sound you paid for when you bought your home theater system. Models range in price from around $200 to over $1,000. Panamax protection is unparalleled, they have a lot of engineers and they sit on the IEEE surge protection board. They have in their lab a 24,000 AMP lightning generator for their use in testing and development. They also have products that integrate with home automation systems.

If you are looking to not only protect your investment in home theater equipment, but also provide the best picture and sound, check out the new line. Ask us for discounted pricing.

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