Conditioners & Reclockers

SOtM’s First Audiophile Power Conditioner – The mT-1000

SOtM uses its innovative technology to block and/or reduce noise to achieve the best sound quality for your audio, and has now introduced the mT-1000 which uses technology not seen in many power strip units.


The mT-1000 uses a unique noise reduction technique — a specially-shaped filter block installed around the power line. Because this technique does not add filters in the middle of the power line, it does not hinder the details and dynamics of the music. Instead, it works with your system to deliver the natural texture and live sound of your music.

And the small, adjustable, spiked footings on the mT-1000 are also designed to minimize vibration, preventing long-term abrasion

Key features

  • Designed for high-end audio devices
  • SOtM’s reputable build quality and technics
  • Protected 6 outlets
  • US, EU, UK types
  • An exceptional exterior high-grade aluminum body design


The mT-1000’s superb, intelligent design — made of high-grade aluminum — will help complete your high-end audio system upgrade. The mT-1000 is an integral device for any digital audio system and will increase the musical nuances in your listening experience.

Purchasing: SOtM mT-1000 ($1,500)

Jay Luong

Mr. Audio Bacon himself. An open-minded electrical engineer and software developer by trade. I have an obsession with the enjoyment of all things media - specifically in the realm of music and film. So much heart and soul (and money) go into the creation of this artistry. My aim is to find out which products get me closer to what the musicians and directors intended.

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  • This just sounds like they use a ferrite. They do not discuss how the outlets are "protected". And they use tinned copper, which some people like, but is inexpensive. I don't see anywhere close to $1500 worth of tech or innovation. They may want to expound on things of they want to sell it.

    • I totally agree. SOtM messaging is always very vague and almost looks like it’s been google translated from Korean. That’s why it’s so useful to have review sites like this :)

      I’ve yet to be disappointed by the price/performance of recent SOtM products. I’d be surprised if this is a dud, but will wait for some independent reviews or a chance to hear it myself before taking the plunge.

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