So would a Triton V3 on a single dedicated line be a better option than a Denali 6000T and a 2000T on two dedicated lines? If not, would the Typhon (QR - new model?) change the analysis? System includes D'Agostino M400 mono blocs. Thanks.
That being said, the QR/BB tech in both the Denali and the Tv3 improves the perception of “dynamics”. The size of the QR/BBs in the Tv3 are 3 times the size of those in the Denali. Therefore, the Tv3 significantly outperforms the Denali in a heads up comparison.
The results obtained with the mixing and matching of the number of AC circuits and Denalis versus Tritons will be entirely dependent upon which specific components are used in the system. In my experience with various systems, I usually prefer the performance of the Tv3 over that of the Denali D6/D2 combination but your results will depend on the specific components in your system. Also there is a substantial difference in cost.
The Typhon QR was designed as a pre-conditioner for the Tv3. However, it can also be used with a Denali or it can used as a standalone device for big amplifiers. In all of these applications, the improvement in performance is quite “substantial”. Beta-testers typically peg the perceived performance improvement at 50-100 percent versus a Tv3 alone.