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    Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by rhyno View Post
    i'm an apartment dweller ( no dedicated lines, and whole rig on one 20a circuit).

    so based on the Qr/BB technology, does it argue for everest over denali in order to have more headroom built into the conditioner? --which, if theory holds, that would also argue for an Omega XC over a Sigma (per the larger gauge conductors)?
    Think of the Everest/Combo more in terms of Sonic benefits over the 6000sv2/Sigma XC or Alpha XC rather than current benefits. That being said, in an apartment, I would be very happy with the 6000Sv2/Sigma or Alpha combo. The Everest is quite large and canít go on a shelf. The 6000s/v2 fits nicely on a shelf and really gives you what I think youíll be after in your situation.

    Try your M900 into the Denali and into the wall to see what you prefer. If you do end up going into the wall direct with the M900u, grab a Shunyata defender to plug in the same circuit or at least in parallel. This will give you added protection.

    Hope that helps.


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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Think of the Everest/Combo more in terms of Sonic benefits over the 6000sv2/Sigma XC or Alpha XC rather than current benefits. That being said, in an apartment, I would be very happy with the 6000Sv2/Sigma or Alpha combo. The Everest is quite large and canít go on a shelf. The 6000s/v2 fits nicely on a shelf and really gives you what I think youíll be after in your situation.

    Try your M900 into the Denali and into the wall to see what you prefer. If you do end up going into the wall direct with the M900u, grab a Shunyata defender to plug in the same circuit or at least in parallel. This will give you added protection.

    Hope that helps.


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    Mike: I suspect you have your own reasons keeping this dude's posts in your forum. And I respect that. Do you happen to know where the "ignore button" is? The dude mentioned it to me. I would like to take advantage of this ignore button.

    FYI same dude is causing mayhem right now over at AA forums on Shunyata. Same stupid argument on.... fuses. On Shunyata threads of all places. I wonder why. Shunyata does not even sell fuses
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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by thyname View Post
    Mike: I suspect you have your own reasons keeping this dude's posts in your forum. And I respect that. Do you happen to know where the "ignore button" is? The dude mentioned it to me. I would like to take advantage of this ignore button.

    FYI same dude is causing mayhem right now over at AA forums on Shunyata. Same stupid argument on.... fuses. On Shunyata threads of all places. I wonder why. Shunyata does not even sell fuses
    Iíll try to clean up the offending posts later today. As for the ignore feature, I think you can do that through the web browser only.
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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by thyname View Post
    Do you happen to know where the "ignore button" is?
    1. Select the person's name you desire to "ignore."
    2. Select Viewer's Profile.
    3. "Add to Ignore List" is the third option down on the list on the left.
    4. Select that option.
    5. Select "yes" in the Confirm User List Modification which automatically pops up when you select "Add to Ignore List."

    You're done. Note it only works when you are signed in. If you are not signed in and still browsing the forum you will still see the person's post(s).

    And for the record - Shunyata ROCKs.
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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin View Post
    1. Select the person's name you desire to "ignore."
    2. Select Viewer's Profile.
    3. "Add to Ignore List" is the third option down on the list on the left.
    4. Select that option.
    5. Select "yes" in the Confirm User List Modification which automatically pops up when you select "Add to Ignore List."

    You're done. Note it only works when you are signed in. If you are not signed in and still browsing the forum you will still see the person's post(s).

    And for the record - Shunyata ROCKs.
    Got it! Thank you and .... done!

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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    I love my Everest. Yes, my Diablo 300 is powered through Everestís high current output. IMO itís a must-have piece for systems that cost $50k or more. If you have any doubt, at least you should try it in your system before passing judgement.

    This is a hobby based on subjectivity and to provide entertainment and happiness. Arguing against human subjectivity is like pissing in a hurricane and you will get neither entertainment nor happiness.

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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I love my Everest. ....
    Because of comments like this Everest is on my list when I upgrade my system. I already own one Shunyata PC. Itís great.
    Sincerely,

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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Let me add that Everest has lifted the performance of my Naim Statement/ MSB Select system. It was a very worthwhile addition. Thank you Caelin and the entire Shunyata team. Best, GN

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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    I added an Everest conditioner to my system a few weeks ago. It replaced a PS Audio P20. I've been reluctant to post on the results because of the vitriolic posts on the Everest and power conditioners in general. It looks like it's safe to come out now.

    After laboriously moving the P20 out of the way, I set up the Everest in just a few minutes. The cable support structures on each plug are genius. They make routing the cables easy and the end result is very clean. I fired it up and put on a bass heavy track. The slam and thump were much improved over the P20. Didn't have to listen to more than a few seconds to notice the improvement. Better current flow? I don't know but the Q-Subs sing. Tight, saturated, fast. After a few days of playing my demo tracks, I also noticed more space in the soundstage around individual sources. Focus was also improved.

    I can't explain the physics behind what happened. The P20 was an improvement over the previous power conditioner I was using. Now the Everest has leap frogged the P20. Perhaps it's just my confirmation bias but who cares? If I perceive an improvement in what was already exemplary sound, it was worth the investment. I've never been disappointed with a Shunyata purchase.

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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Would also be interested in any measurement data (Eg. Noise spectrum with/without), expect it's not available (yet)?

    (Big Fan of the Shunyata design philosophy of not trying to keep noise out by severe filtering but reducing it in a controlled way)

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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by Vinylshadow View Post
    So, does anyone here plug their amps into the Everest?

    Yes, my 2 Deviant 250 CI are connected to the Everest using Sigma V2 power cords.

    It works extremely well.

    Cheers,
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    Re: Shunyata Research Announces Everest

    Quote Originally Posted by bernardl View Post
    Yes, my 2 Deviant 250 CI are connected to the Everest using Sigma V2 power cords.

    It works extremely well.

    Cheers,
    Bernard
    Thank you Bernard...At this point I am leaning towards Puritan Audio's PSM1512 power purifier.
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