Any benefit to adding a Typhon to an Everest? Chaining a Triton?


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May 10, 2010
Houston area
Two questions:

1) Is there any benefit to adding a Typhon to an Everest?

2) If I wanted to “separate” my noisy digital switching supplies and similar from other sources would chaining a Triton to an Everest be an effective way of doing that?
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Ian B

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Oct 20, 2020
I think the Omega XR cable is the equivalent of adding a Typhon to the Everest, which itself has significantly more DTCD than the Triton+Typhon combo. You probably would get some benefit.

The channel isolation with the Everest and Denali V2, esp with NR cables, is such you probably wouldn't need the Triton. If it did make a difference, I would use the Denali because it has better noise reduction/isolation and is smaller, cheaper.


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Feb 1, 2015
According to Shunyata, connecting an Everest to a Typhon QR would be "too much of a good thing" - this is not something we recommend, too many QRBB modules in line with one another. That said, adding a TQR to a Denali 6000/v2 is a fantastic combo. In fact, with the exception of the Everest, adding the TQR to any of the Shunyata power conditioners would improve their performance.

BTW, Typhon T2 has been announced and Shunyata says that can be used with all of the power conditioners, except Everest.

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