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Old 07-13-2019, 11:06 AM
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Thanks,

I currently have a PS8 and don't have enough outlets for my setup. So I also use a SurgeX that has an additional 6 outlets. The PS8/Defender/Delta NR are plugged into one outlet on the wall and the SurgeX into the other. My system includes the following components:

Plugged into PS8:
1. Mac C220 Preamp
2. Decware Taboo MK II Amp
3. Mac D150 DAC
4. Rega RP6 TT
5. Subwoofer 1
6. Subwoofer 2
7. 65" HDTV
8. Defender (into the first plug of the PS8)

Plugged into SurgeX:
8. HTPC
9. Pioneer Elite UDP
10. NAS
11. Switch
12. Cable Box

Hopefully within another year a set of Decware UFO25 mono block amps, so I will need 13 total outlets available.

So one PS8 won't cover it (hence the SurgeX). The SurgeX is pretty decent, however it's not as good as a Shunyata product and I was thinking about trying to swing a Denali at some point, but a Denali 6000/T won't have enough outlets by itself ... I can't afford 2 Denali's (plus 2 Denali 6000/T wouldn't cover it anyways). So my thoughts were to keep my PS8 and then add a Denali to expand my outlet coverage and then retire the SurgeX to my bedroom system.

As another less expensive alternative, I was thinking about buying a Denali 2000/T and plugging the PS8 into one outlet on the Denali and the SurgeX into the other outlet on the Denali. Not as optimum as a Denali 6000/T + PS8, but more optimum on my wallet.
You may want to take a look at the new Hydra Alpha A12.
Retail $3500

In my opinion, it is destined to become our most popular power conditioner due to its stunning performance, high capacity (12 outlets), patented technology and incredible build quality. Lifetime warranty says it all.

Production is just now coming online. First deliveries will begin soon.
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Old 07-13-2019, 09:18 PM
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Check out the site, it now shows a new Denali 6000/S v2, with QR BB tech, etc...there is a great video out there about the noise cancelling effects of Denali, it's amazing. Simple test, shocked the hell out of me when i saw and heard the effect.

This is the same QR BB tech in the upper reference line units and as I understand it, made to fit the new Denali. Caelin and Grant can give more details.

https://shunyata.com/products/power-...00s-version-2/

https://youtu.be/Z6f1kwyZbM8

My next upgrade will be..
I just received my new Denali 6000/S v2 today. It is potentially destined to go in my main home theater system, but first I will be installing it in my separate stereo system to see how it compares to what I have in there now. Depending on what I hear as it breaks in, it might just stay in the stereo
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Old 07-14-2019, 03:25 AM
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You may want to take a look at the new Hydra Alpha A12.
Retail $3500

In my opinion, it is destined to become our most popular power conditioner due to its stunning performance, high capacity (12 outlets), patented technology and incredible build quality. Lifetime warranty says it all.

Production is just now coming online. First deliveries will begin soon.

Thanks Caelin, Ill check that out!
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Yay for more products with 12 outlets! How does the Alpha A12 compare to the MPC-12C? I note the Alpha seems to have superior specs all around, but does the isolation between its duplexes perform a similar function as the Digital Coil did (for digital components) in the MPC-12C?

Per the specs page, the Sigma S12 looks almost identical to the Alpha A12? What is the difference between the two? EDIT: Looks like CopperCONN outlets and SSF-50 footers is all?

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