Electronics manufacturer KCC Scientific will introduce the new Mercury Precision Voltage and Frequency Converter for audio applications, September 6th, at Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center in Aurora, Colorado.

“Our Precision Voltage and Frequency Converters have selectable 50Hz or 60Hz as well as selectable Voltage 115V or 230V AC,” says Ken Reindel, president of KCC Scientific. ”The Mercury is ideal for a range of equipment providing up to 1000 watts, including tube-based equipment, preamplifiers, amplifiers, pro tape equipment, turntables, and much more. It works equally well with US, EU, UK, Australian, Japanese, and other worldwide power outlets.”

Mercury is a KCC Scientific Professional Series innovation, incorporating features such as separate 115V and 230V AC outlets, output power display, wide base dimensions for ideal component stacking, and more. ”Customers experience turntable speed precision with distortion-free sound and minimized ground loops,” says Reindel. “The benefits apply to both vintage and contemporary audio equipment.”

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KCC Scientific is known for its power sources, enabling electronic devices from all countries to be powered from any outlet worldwide. Hercules powers audio systems up to 200 watts. Thor, which is often used by vintage Braun record player and turntable owners, powers up to 100 watts.

“This technology is critical for anyone using equipment with international power requirements,” says Teri Reindel, KCC Scientific executive team member. “Even for equipment from our home market, delivering pure sine power isolated from frequency drift and mains power line noise makes a discernable difference in audio quality.”

Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2019 runs September 6 – 8 at the Gaylord Rockies Resort in Aurora, Colorado, Ken Reindel, President KCC Scientific, will present on September 7 at 1:15 pm.

For all the up to date RMAF 2019 news and show coverage, check out our Rocky Mountain Audio Fest section here.

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