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The majority of power conditioners on the market either give you something like one of these two for the price of an Uber, neither of which is very effective. There are only a select few that I think have any shot of outperforming an Uber, and you can expect to pay A LOT more money for them. The latest Audience AR6-TSSD for example I think is something like $6K. Yes the cases of many of them really are that empty, and the markup, yikes.
Mahalo for all the feedback.DaveBSC,That's an old picture of the Shunyata, here's the inside of the new TRITON v2:
So I see, it appears that Shunyata has discontinued all of their lower cost stuff. The Triton V2 by the way is $7,000. Not exactly in the same price class as the Uber. If you add the second Typhon box, the two together are $13,000. That's getting a bit silly for power conditioning, unless the rest of your system is $100K+. The Audience AR Teflon units are VERY good, but they are also very expensive. The regular Auricap versions I don't think are that spectacular.
What is the Shunyata coffee can of stuff supposed to do?
My Uber's knocked the Audio Magic conditioners to the curb. The AM did some stuff very well but collapsed the music. I found that the Uber lowered the noise floor but didn't muck up the music.
Hey Jason, just to counter that to make sure that everyone realizes your instance is not everyone's experience with AM gear. No limitations whatsoever, in fact, mine really opens up the sound and reduces noise. Dave always busts my chops for being one of the customers who returned a unit to him. But we still love each other! Dave makes a really good product as others have stated for less than stratospheric prices. Hope to see you guys this fall.
I didnt compare my UberBUSS to any other power conditioner. I just dove right in. There was a huge improvement for me. I went from hearing a hissing in the background to an inky black silence with the UberBUSS. The UberBUSS at half the price of 'similar' brick& mortar store conditioners was an easy choice for me. I highly recommend it.Michael
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