Hadouken! keeps the energy flowing with Furman

Dance act Hadouken! has a stage full of technology for their 13-day UK tour, and is relying on a Furman Merit Export Series M-10x E to keep it all running.
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UK dance act Hadouken! – who has toured with the likes of Pendulum, Example, Professor Green, and Plan B – is taking Furman's Merit Export Series M-10x E power conditioners on a 13-date tour of the UK this month. "As a dance act, trying to recreate the tunes from the studio in a live format means we're reliant on a lot of technology on stage," said Hadouken! bassist Chris Purcell. "We chose Furman power conditioners as our insurance policy to keep that technology running exactly as it should." Furman’s M-10x E single-space, rackmount power conditioner provides surge/spike protection and AC noise filtration, contained in a steel chassis. The unit provides 10 filtered and protected rear-panel outlets with a front-panel convenience outlet and "Protection OK" indicator light. Hadouken! join a long list of artists who rely on Furman for power management, including Counting Crows, Cranberries and The Dandy Warhols.

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