- Surge suppression: Non-sacrificial
- Extreme voltage shutdown voltage: 140VAC
- Common-mode noise dissipation: In excess of 30dB from 29kHz to 100MHz
- Traverse-mode noise dissipation: In excess of 24dB from 3kHz to 1GHz
- Input current maximum capacity: 20 amps RMS
- Ultra-linear noise-dissipation system AC power outlet banks: 4
- Number of AC outlets: 12
- Power consumption: Approximately 0.25 amps at 120VAC
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 17.5" x 5.24" x 17.2"
- Weight: 38 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- Niagara 5000 Low-Z Power Noise-Dissipation System
- Quick Start guide
- Polishing cloth
- Two foam inserts
- Warranty registration card
Customer Reviews for AudioQuest Niagara 5000 Low-Z Power Noise-Dissipation System
5.0 / 5.0
AudioQuest Niagara 5000
I love it. I was shocked at how handsome a piece it is in real life...best looking thing in my audio rack. Works fine, no issues. Still looking to upgrade the power cord for it soon. Don't hesitate, get one...
May 8, 2018
over 2 years ago
over 2 years ago
Customer Q & A
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Should the Hurricane HC Power cord be used to power the AQ 5000 from the wall to the unit? Or use a Thunder or Tornado cord instead.? Which yields the best results?
Thanks for your question. AudioQuest owners manual states: Once the Niagara 5000 is placed, an appropriate 20-amp-rated AC cord must be connected to the rear panel AC inlet (IEC-C20) connector. The AC cord must have an IEC-C19 female end connector and a grounded male 120VAC Edison/NEMA plug for use in North America or Taiwan. We highly endorse the use of any AudioQuest NRG Series 20-amp-rated AC cord as the Niagara-5000s Ground-Noise Dissipation technology relies on its use, but the Niagara 5000 will function adequately with any appropriate AC cord that meets the aforementioned requirements.
Is it recommend to upgrade your wall outlets to a 20 Amp NRG Edison outlet for use with the Audioquest Niagara 5000?
Thanks for your question. The AudioQuest Niagara 5000 owners manual states: Ideally, the power source to which the Niagara 5000 is connected should be adequate for use at 120V single phase nominal voltage, 20 amps (current capacity RMS). The manual makes no reference to upgraded wall outlets.