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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by GSOphile View Post
    If it's as good as the beta users say (and I have no reason to believe it's not), Shunyata is going to sell a LOT of these (as well as the complementary PCs). Price is right.
    Just to be accurate, any photographs and posts regarding performance of Everest were regarding a production unit, not a beta unit.

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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Wondering, based on my current Shunyata power conditioners, whether I'd really benefit from stepping up to the Everest, either in its current configuration or a future rack-based design. Any thoughts?
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    ....I thought the company said there won't be a horizontal S version of Everest.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Thanks for pointing that out. Guess I'll simply need to get an Everest demo unit in house, to see if it makes for superior solution over what I have today. And if the big leap in cost is warranted by a big leap in SQ.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    It has been stated several time that there won’t be a horizontal version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevebythebay View Post
    ...Guess I'll simply need to get an Everest demo unit in house...
    Lucky you have that option. For others it will be a leap of faith. As for the big leap in cost, that depends how you measure it. Denali > Everest is a leap of $3K. But the more appropriate comparison might be Tv3+TQR/BB > Everest which isn't a leap at all. More like a fall of about $10K.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Indeed. The price is very reasonable for a product supposed to be the best there is, whatever the price. Meaning that it may be used together with components costing 10 or 20 times more.

    Also if you compare it to a PS Audio P20, eventhough most people seem to think that the Denali V2 is already ahead of the P20.

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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

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    ..the Denali V2 is already ahead of the P20.
    Certainly in terms of reliability. I haven't seen a single Denali fault reported here. There was even a P20 owner who bought two of them and both arrived DOA.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    I was half-way thinking of getting one, or three, but the current version is impractical for me. I would need one for each amp since they both have a dedicated 20 amp line, and one for my source gear, which would only use three ports.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by stevebythebay View Post
    Wondering, based on my current Shunyata power conditioners, whether I'd really benefit from stepping up to the Everest, either in its current configuration or a future rack-based design. Any thoughts?
    The will only be a tower version of the Everest.

    If you need a shelf unit get any of the following:
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by stevebythebay View Post
    Wondering, based on my current Shunyata power conditioners, whether I'd really benefit from stepping up to the Everest, either in its current configuration or a future rack-based design. Any thoughts?
    Considering your system: Yes absolutely.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

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    Certainly in terms of reliability. I haven't seen a single Denali fault reported here. There was even a P20 owner who bought two of them and both arrived DOA.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Hi Caelin,

    I am happy to report that I have an Everest on order.

    One question I asked recently in another of the many Evert threads but you probably didn't see.

    The question is about grounding. I intend to connect to the Everest the 2 Devialet units and my source (currently a LPS feeding a Mac mini).

    There are other devices in my system such as the Melco hub, an RJ45 -> optical converter, an Apple TV, a Bluray/SACD player, A PS4,... that I intend to feed from a PS8 connected with a Venon V10 NR to another plug in the wall.

    I am wondering how you would recommend to manage the grounding. Are the following assumptions correct?
    - all the devices connected to the Everest with power cables will be natively grounded and don't require any additional measure
    - what matters to avoid ground loop currents resulting from different ground potential is to connect electrically all the elements of the system to the same grounding reference
    - it should be sufficient to connect the grounding terminal of the PS8 to one of the 4 grounding terminals of the Everest to ensure that all the components connected to the PS8 and Everest are at the same ground potential and therefore don't see any ground loop currents

    In case you have a white paper on grounding somewhere I'd of course be glad to read it.

    Thank you.

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    Ascending to even greater heights

    My order is in, can’t wait. Haven’t been excited about a product in awhile. Maybe because this will improve 8 different components at the same time, including HT side of things. I currently have original Denali 6000T + AQ Niagara 1000, so expect a bigger leap of performance than 6000S/V2.

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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Who's going to be the first to buy a Sir Edmund Hillary figurine and sit it on top of their Everest 8000T ?


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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    For those with questions about the Everest CGS grounding system.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by CGabriel View Post
    For those with questions about the Everest CGS grounding system.
    Thank you very much Caelin, this answers my questions.

    I didn’t know you had 4 grades of grounding cables. If I may ask, why would you need such high end offerings for a simple grounding application?

    Cheers,
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Caelin,
    Is CGS addressing signal ground or earth ground? Or both?

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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by Gondo101 View Post
    Caelin,
    Is CGS addressing signal ground or earth ground? Or both?
    Is the CGS similar to TRIPOINT, Entreq or other grounding box products?
    There are many chassis grounding and signal grounding products, and both types of products provide a common grounding point. However, the method of reducing ground noise varies by manufacturer. The CGS is a patented chassis grounding system only and was not designed for signal ground connections. The CGS Chassis Grounding System is compatible with any signal grounding type product — just don’t connect them together.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by bernardl View Post
    Thank you very much Caelin, this answers my questions.

    I didn’t know you had 4 grades of grounding cables. If I may ask, why would you need such high end offerings for a simple grounding application?

    Cheers,
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    You know, when we started making power cords 20 years ago, many experts, engineers and other know it alls said it was all BS. That power cords couldn't possibly make a difference and then they would launch into some theoretical reasoning as to why they were obviously correct. Asking them to actually "try it" then talk about what they heard was beneath their dignity. Now I know you are not one of those guys but I preface this answer with this statement because they are out there - lurking.

    Even though the practice of grounding components goes back decades in the military and telecommunications industry as a safety measure, there are significant sonic benefits in an audio system. In our power cords, we pay special attention to the ground wire in the cord because we have found that it can very profoundly affect sonic performance.

    So the simple answer to why we have different levels of grounding cables is that there are audible differences. Very similar to the differences between power cables. The only advice I can offer beyond that is to try it and prove or disprove it for yourself.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Thanks for the explanation Caelin.

    Cheers,
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by CGabriel View Post
    ..The only advice I can offer beyond that is to try it and prove or disprove it for yourself.
    And there-in is another theory. Unfortunately that theory does not apply in some markets. Once ordered, it's paid for and it becomes yours.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by brodricj View Post
    And there-in is another theory. Unfortunately that theory does not apply in some markets. Once ordered, it's paid for and it becomes yours.
    Trying equipment or getting a demo is not a theory, it is a decision to exercise before buying something. I do understand that getting a demo or evaluation of exotic equipment is not always easy or practical. But when possible it is very important.

    Testing different sizes and types of grounding cables can be done quite easily. Just go to your Home Depot store and get some different types to test. This is enough to satisfy anyone’s curiosity as to whether ground cables “sound” different when used in a grounding system. After that, getting more exotic cables such as ours of course depends upon having access to a good dealer or distributor. This is why it is important to develop a good relationship with a dealer.

    Too many customers in today’s internet economy use a dealers time and expertise and then go online to save 5-10%. Dealers obviously don’t like this because they feel used and taken advantage of. I know many dealers that have said they are happy to loan equipment to potential customers if they know they are trust worthy. So when you buy and sell products based solely on reviews or forum recommendations you will actually end up paying far more than if you had the help and expertise of a good dealer. In other words, the extra margin you pay with a dealer is often a bargain in the end.

    Some people that I know who live in remote areas and have no easy access to a good dealer will organize an audio expedition to a nearby city for the sole purpose of trying various products that they are interested in.

    Look I know it’s not easy. These are not commodity products that are mass produced. By creative and when you find a good source for products, support them so that they are there for you the next time you are interested in something.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Caelin,

    This has been one of the best threads I’ve come across, especially the latter part!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CGabriel View Post
    Trying equipment or getting a demo is not a theory, it is a decision to exercise before buying something. I do understand that getting a demo or evaluation of exotic equipment is not always easy or practical. But when possible it is very important.

    Testing different sizes and types of grounding cables can be done quite easily. Just go to your Home Depot store and get some different types to test. This is enough to satisfy anyone’s curiosity as to whether ground cables “sound” different when used in a grounding system. After that, getting more exotic cables such as ours of course depends upon having access to a good dealer or distributor. This is why it is important to develop a good relationship with a dealer.

    Too many customers in today’s internet economy use a dealers time and expertise and then go online to save 5-10%. Dealers obviously don’t like this because they feel used and taken advantage of. I know many dealers that have said they are happy to loan equipment to potential customers if they know they are trust worthy. So when you buy and sell products based solely on reviews or forum recommendations you will actually end up paying far more than if you had the help and expertise of a good dealer. In other words, the extra margin you pay with a dealer is often a bargain in the end.

    Some people that I know who live in remote areas and have no easy access to a good dealer will organize an audio expedition to a nearby city for the sole purpose of trying various products that they are interested in.

    Look I know it’s not easy. These are not commodity products that are mass produced. By creative and when you find a good source for products, support them so that they are there for you the next time you are interested in something.
    Well said. Without good dealers, I wouldn't have the system, and thus, the enjoyment I have today. If I take up a dealer's time and decide to buy the product, I make it a point to make the purchase from that dealer as I wouldn't have the comfort level with that product without that demo (for example, I always thought the M400s were insanely priced until my dealer let me demo them for two days using my music in his system regarding which I was very familiar - after the audition the price seemed "reasonable" even without any real discount off of list). But I also do my homework and don't waste dealer time unless I am actually ready to buy - it's a two way street and the client also needs to be reasonable. Where the dealer is out of town, we turn it into a vacation so everyone's happy.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Quote Originally Posted by Bar81 View Post
    ..Without good dealers, I wouldn't have the system, and thus, the enjoyment I have today..
    My experience is the opposite (in the dealer demo context). I've never seen anything demo'd at an audio dealer that tempted me to buy it. And dealers spruiking stuff with utter BS drivel. I do have a dealer on the other side of the country (a seven day return drive away) who I find to be excellent. Never having stepped in his store I place all my significant orders with him. Maybe close to $200K worth of orders with that one dealer. He doesn't need a store to sell me stuff.
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    My Everest and Omega XC are scheduled to arrive tomorrow. I’ll compare them with my Denali 6000/S v2 + Typhon QR + Sigma v1 in my stereo system which power my front end components and preamp.


    I ordered a Sigma v2 umbilical cord to go between my my Denali + Typhon QR which I will eventually try with the Everest/Omega combo directly from the wall outlet sans Typhon.

    The Sigma v2 umbilical arrived yesterday, but unfortunately it was damaged and also had the wrong termination at one end, so it is going to be exchanged by Shunyata by another with the correct termination.



    I’m curious to see if the Typhon + Sigma v2 umbilical with the Everest will bring down the performance in comparison to the Everest with the Omega directly into its dedicated 20 amp AC line.


    I was really hoping to try the Sigma v2 umbilical with my Denali + Typhon to get an impression of what it does in my present configuration before the Everest arrives, but that is not meant to be for now until it is replaced. In the meantime, I will let the Everest + Omega break-in to compare it with my Denali + Sigma v1 and Sigma v1 umbilical between my Denali + Typhon.
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    RLF, was there a choice between a Sigma V2 XC or Omega XC umbilical?

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    My whole audio system is powered by a balanced isolation transformer. Is Everest compatible with balanced power?

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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

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    My whole audio system is powered by a balanced isolation transformer. Is Everest compatible with balanced power?
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    Re: Ascending to even greater heights

    Hi Caelin, just for fun, because it is not giving us clues of "that" new that prepares for those who already have a Denali
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crion View Post
    RLF, was there a choice between a Sigma V2 XC or Omega XC umbilical?
    Yes, I believe so.
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    So excited to ascend into the Everest club. Having had the Denali 6000s V2 I was absolutely shocked what pulling it out of the system did - musicality collapsed to the point that even adding some Nordost Valhalla2 SC did not bring it back "the magic" back to where it was with the Denali. Seriously jonesing to hear the richness of real music again until the Everest shows up. Fantastic work, Mr. Gabriel!

    Quick question - what percentage of of the Everest will I be hearing with the Sigma EF 20A umbilical vs some of the new recommended ones like Omega XC and Sigma XC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crion View Post
    RLF, was there a choice between a Sigma V2 XC or Omega XC umbilical?
    No, I was told by my dealer that the Sigma v2 is the top model in the umbilical application with no option for an Omega upgrade.
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    I’m really looking forward to getting the Everest into my system. I believe it’s leaving the factory today for its journey across the pond, hopefully I should have it in a week or so.
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We are as crazy about this hobby as you are! So come on in and join us! Audioshark.org the Friendliest Audio Forum!

Industry Participation Disclosure : The owner and administrator of Audioshark is the owner of Suncoast Audio LLC in Sarasota Florida. Suncoast Audio has a full brick and mortar presence in Sarasota with several great show rooms with many world class brands. More information can be found at http://www.suncoastaudio.com

Audioshark is a community of like minded individuals. Audioshark welcomes participation from all manufacturers and owners of all brands and products. It is our belief that online forums provide a community of like minded audiophiles and music lovers to encourage the growth of this wonderful hobby.

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The Audioshark.org Team

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