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  1. Hi I've been looking at mains conditioners to quiet down the noise that the smps's inject back into my electricity network. I've been looking at the likes of Tacima c929 and Lindy 6-way mains conditioner. The problem is that the mains lead on both are too short (2meters / 6 feet) and they don't look easily replaceable. Does anyone have any recommendations for a 6-way mains conditioner that costs below €90 / GBP 65 that has a mains lead of 3 - 3.5 meters / 9 -11 feet? Alternatively, a mains conditioner with a separate mains lead would be fine too (so I can get a lead custom made). Or perhaps someone can comment whether the mains lead on the models I mentioned can be easily replaced with a longer one? Thank you for your help! edit: before I forget, I need a UK mains plug on it if possible.