Richard Gray's Power Company



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One of the most interesting success stories in high-end audio and home theater, Richard Gray's Power Company made a splash in 1998 with its first power conditioning product, the 400S, based on a US patent. Gaining a cult following throughout the audio underground, RGPC soon had a series of products and related accessories that helped revive (along with companies like PS Audio) the power conditioning industry.

Popular Richard Gray's Power Company products include the RGPC 400 Pro, the RGPC 600s, and the RGPC 1200 Custom.

Compare Richard Gray's Power Company to companies like Panamax, and Furman.

Richard Gray's Power Company

7051 West Wilson Avenue

Norridge, IL 60706-4784

800.880.3474
504.247.0300

www.richardgrayspowercompany.com


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