I see. Did you test? Gabriel has said that w dedicated circuits, wall is ideal and without Everest for everything.
Thanks so much for the offer. No need trouble yourself. I’m sure with dedicated circuits, wall is indeed better. I rent my house so no dedicated circuits. I have huge 1100 watt amps and they seem to do fine in the Everest. I’m just curious what other people experience and what the difference is. I think ultimate ideal is dedicated circuits with the Omega cables for amps and then Everest for everything else.
I have 3 dedicated 20 amp lines, and two are for the amps (one for each Pass 600.5 amp). At first the amps were plugged directly into the Shunyata wall socket via a Shunyata power cord. While they sounded great, I later added a Shunyata Denali 2000 for each amp, along with another Shunyata power cord for the Denali. I was amazed at how much better, with less background noise, each amp improved with the Denali.
V1 is very good , unless your going to upgrade other cables I'd stay . Alpha v2 is also better than Sigma v1 and is the best value in my opinionI’m currently using Sigma V1 SC with Siltech interconnects. Would upgrading to Sigma V2 SC without a Full loom Shunyata interconnects still be a worthwhile upgrade?
I got my 600.5 amps in the middle of July, and they made the house hotter than Hades, so I ran the AC constantly. When my July electric bill arrived I went ballistic. I immediately ordered solar to help with the electric bill. This time of the year is great since the amps heat the room and the furnace is turned off. This is the Bay Area of CA.
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