AudioQuest Niagara 5000 Low-Z Power Noise-Dissipation System
Many hi-fi systems around the world are subject to insufficient, noise-filled current. This is adversely affecting listening experiences however you may not be aware of the impact caused. AudioQuest has taken it upon themselves to solve these issues with their Niagara series of Power Noise-Dissipation Systems.
The Niagara 5000 is the perfect addition to every high-end audiophile hi-fi setup. Connect your power amplifier, or mono-blocks, to the high-current outputs on the Niagara 5000 for an instant fix to insufficient current resulting in refinement of dynamics. Or connect your sources to the filtered source outlets for a cleaner, reduced distortion supply of current, offering a broader resolution of your audio signals.
You can truly open up your system to its full potential with the Niagara 5000. The improvements offered by the Niagara 5000 makes this a must-have piece of equipment for every hi-fi enthusiast.
Here's what AudioQuest say about the Niagara 5000
AudioQuest continues its war against noise and fortifies its line of Noise-Dissipation Systems with the Niagara 5000. Like all AQ power products, Niagara 5000 exemplifies a comprehensive approach to AC power management, one grounded in verifiable science, representing over 20 years of exhaustive research into AC power products designed for audiophiles, broadcast engineers, and professional audio applications.
Like the flagship 7000, the Niagara 5000 uses AudioQuest’s patented AC Ground Noise-Dissipation System and extremely wide-bandwidth ultra-linear filtering, which works together to minimize distortion and enable greater resolution from audio, video, and digital components. Our Transient Power Correction provides an ultra-low-impedance buffered source for any power amplifier’s power supply, as well as a current reservoir of over 90 amps peak for AC current transients, resulting in tighter, more powerful and well-defined bass.
So, what distinguishes Niagara 5000 from Niagara 7000?
The Niagara 5000 forgoes the latter’s patented dielectric-biased symmetrical power isolation transformers. These isolation transformers contribute greatly to Niagara 7000’s state-of-the-art design, enabling the very best means of dissipating common-mode AC line and radio frequency noise from the power that feeds source components. However, many custom-install, pro-audio, or video components simply require greater current capacity than can be had through either of the 7000’s isolation transformer (source component) output power banks. (Additionally, a small percentage of components may prefer the grounding scheme utilized for the Niagara 5000, as it will allow a greater range of circuits to work harmoniously without the need to connect a source component to the high current bank.)
Far more than a high-value proposition, AudioQuest’s Niagara 5000 delivers 90% of the source-component performance of the flagship 7000 and 100% of the amplifier performance. With the Niagara 5000, you can finally experience and fully enjoy the clarity, dimensionality, frequency extension, dynamic contrast, and sheer grip your system has always been capable of achieving, now with greater flexibility, even within the most complex system applications.