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Super Wammer

New dedicated 32A spur and furutech UK wall sockets in place, now all I have to do is connect back all the equipment.

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Is it an actual spur or ring?

Or a radial circuit?

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New dedicated 32A spur and furutech UK wall sockets in place, now all I have to do is connect back all the equipment.

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Super Wammer

Yes actual spur

Is it an actual spur or ring?

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Yes actual spur

You mean it comes off an existing circuit?

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Up the Arsenal :minikev:

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Up the Arsenal :minikev:

:^:^

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:rofl::goodone::goodone:

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I had one fitted last year, separate run from the main fuse box to 6 unswitched MK sockets, hasn't made and difference to the sound of the system in general although I used to get a slight bit of hiss from my tweeters when nothing was playing and your head was under 1 foot away. This has now gone.

Only cost £180 and its one of them things that I don't have to worry about, whether it makes a difference or not.

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:^:^

Hopefully it was done by a qualified electrician as there is no such thing as a 32amp spur.

Excellent point!!..........:doh::doh::doh::doh: (O.P.):?:?:?:rofl:

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