s messy mains mucking up your Mahler? Richard Stevenson turns main conditioning and regeneration convert with Isotek’s eye-wateringly priced flagship EVO3 Super Titan and EVO3 Genesis models. Is £30,495 a buck too far for perfect power? Probably not…

“You know a piece of audiophile equipment is ‘serious’ when it arrives on a pallet pulled by a middle-aged man with a face puce from effort. In fact, I struggle to think of many audio components that qualify quite as mind-boggling ‘serious’ as Isotek’s flagship mains conditioning system, the EVO3 Super Titan in top-spec 32A output guise and the EVO3 Genesis. To you sir, £30,495. Gulp…”

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