Niagara 1000 Low-Z Power Noise-Dissipation System
NIAGARA 1000 LOW-Z POWER NOISE-DISSIPATION SYSTEM
• 6 AC outlets: 1 High-Current Ground-Noise Dissipated; 5 Ultra-Linear Filtered/Ground Noise Dissipated
• Patented Ground Noise-Dissipation System: 3 banks of direction-controlled ground noise dissipation
• Direction-Controlled Ultra-Low-Resistance Solid-Core Wiring
• Ultra-Linear AudioQuest AC RF Filtering Capacitors
• Ultra-Linear Noise-Dissipation Technology: More than 18 octaves of AC differential fi ltering with linear response, optimized
for varying line and load impedance
• Non-Sacrifi cial Surge Protection: Withstands multiple AC surges and spikes up to 6000V/3000A
• Over-Voltage Shutdown with Automatic Reset
• Low-Z (low impedance) NRG Series AC Power Inlets and Outlets: heavy Silver plate over Beryllium Copper
Designed by Garth Powell, the AudioQuest Niagara 1000
embodies the very same design philosophy and incorporates
the same patented technology found in its larger sibling, the
Niagara 7000, but packs it into a smaller, sleeker enclosure—
at a fraction of the price.
Much like the Niagara 7000, the Niagara 1000 uses capacitor
forming technologies that vastly improve linearity and minimize
distortion, ultra-low resistance solid-core wiring optimized for
low-noise directionality, and low-impedance AC inlet and outlet
contacts with heavy silver plating over high-purity Beryllium
Copper for superior noise dissipation. Similarly, Niagara 1000
features our non-sacrificial surge protection and over-voltage
shutdown, ensuring that your customers’ A/V systems are
thoroughly protected from AC surges and spikes.
While the Niagara 1000 lacks the 7000’s sophisticated
Transient Power Correction and Dielectric-Biased AC Isolation
Transformers, it does employ our patented Ground-Noise
Dissipation System and boasts 18 octaves of Ultra-Linear
Noise-Dissipation Technology. Additionally, into its sleek
chassis the Niagara 1000 fits six high-performance NRG
outlets with a 15 amp RMS current capacity.
Of course, the biggest differences between the Niagara 7000
and 1000 are also the most obvious: size, shape, and weight.
While the 81-lb Niagara 7000 is a 3-rack-space component,
the Niagara 1000 measures 5.0” W x 4.25” H x 20” D, weighs
just 5.5lbs, and can be placed on a floor or atop a rack, beside
or behind a hi-fi system.