Shunyata Everest 8000 Mains ConditionerShunyata Everest 8000 Mains Conditioner
Shunyata Research

Everest 8000 Mains Conditioner

The Everest 8000 combines patented innovations from Shunyata Research’s critically acclaimed Hydra Triton and Hydra Typhon designs with transformative technologies developed from its heralded medical division products.

2 Years

£9,500

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Description

From a stunning form-follows-function tower design, to its inside-out engineering, the Everest represents the pinnacle within Shunyata Research’s line of power conditioners.

Over the past 25 years, Shunyata Research has earned a reputation for producing the finest power distribution systems in the high-end audiophile market. From providing clean power for James Guthrie’s re-master of Dark Side of the Moon, or resolving subtle heart signals in medical imaging systems, Shunyata Research products have consistently provided transformational results. With the legacy of award winning products, Shunyata Research designer Caelin Gabriel set about combining 25 years of experience and scientific innovation, into a single product, incorporating everything he’s learned about power-system design.

Designer, Caelin Gabriel considers the Everest to be the crowning achievement in a career devoted to advancing the state-of-the-art in electrical power delivery systems for military, medical, audio, video and mastering applications.

QR/BB™ Technology
The QR/BB™ module possesses the ability to act as an electric charge reservoir, meaning it stores and releases energy in a manner that improves a component’s access to instantaneous current.

Dynamics are actually improved reducing any sense of dynamic strain often heard from amplifiers that are connected with lesser power cables.

The sonic result is a lifelike presentation of timing and dynamic contrasts in sound that cannot be replicated by ANY other means. In layman’s terms, it acts like a super-charger for amplifiers, pre-amps, DACs and CD players.

CCI™ Noise Reduction
Traditional power conditioners are designed to block incoming noise from outside the home, but do not address the noise that is generated by the electronic components themselves. In fact, most conditioners reflect noise back into other components connected to the power conditioner. CCI™ (Component-to-Component Isolation) is one of the most significant but often overlooked aspects to power system performance. The CCI™ filter consists of a proprietary multi-stage filter that reduces electrical noise and interference generated by a component’s power supply.

Dynamic Transient Current Delivery
DTCD™ Analysis is a technique that measures instantaneous current through low impedance electrical conductors and contacts. Shunyata Research uses it to optimize the design, specification and construction of parts and materials to ensure maximum current delivery performance. Each part, conductor, noise circuit and material allows for maximum throughput of instantaneous current.

Listeners will experience earth-shaking low-frequency performance from even the highest-current amplifiers as well as dynamic contrasts unheard of outside of a live event. More than any other design parameter, Shunyata Research’s skill in eliminating resistance and maximizing peak-current delivery is unmatched.

Monolithic Construction
One of our fundamental design imperatives is to ensure life-long performance and durability. Long-term exposure to air can oxidize and corrode wiring and sensitive electronic components. All of the filters, PCBs, connections and internal wiring are contained within a monolithic enclosure and then potted with ceramic materials that hermetically seal the contents. This protects the circuits and wiring from humidity and oxidation, and eliminates internal vibration between components. This unique construction methodology delivers exceptional and consistent performance that will not degrade over time.

GP-NR Noise Reduction
Significant amounts of noise exist on the ground plane of power lines. The ground wires can act as antennae, picking up electrical noise that can degrade the performance or operation of the electronic components. Ground Plane Noise Reduction (GP-NR™) is a proprietary technology developed by Shunyata Research to significantly reduce ground-plane noise; improving low-level resolution and clarity. The system includes one to four terminals, depending on the model, to connect as many as 12 audio components. We offer several models of CGC chassis grounding cables each made to your custom length and termination requirements.

KPIP™ Processing
Shunyata Research’s proprietary Kinetic Phase Inversion Process includes four days of continuous KPIP™ processing to dramatically reduce burn-in time and significantly improve sonic performance, delivering a relaxed and life-like presentation.

Maximum Voltage
90-125 VAC r.m.s. unregulated (US)
220-240 VAC r.m.s. unregulated (EU, AS, AU)

Input Current Ratings
Maximum Continuous Current: 30A (US, AS)
Maximum Continuous Current: 16A (EU, AU)

Output Current Ratings
Max Current/Outlet: 20A (US, AS)
Max Current/Socket: 16A (EU, AU)

Transient Suppression
Maximum Transient Protection: 40,000 A @ 8/50 μs

Over-Current Protection
Hydraulic Electromagnetic Breaker

Wiring System
8 gauge ArNi® VTX™ Buss System
10 gauge ArNi® VTX™ Wiring

Ratings
600 V 105° C

Noise Suppression
Input to Output (100 kHz – 30 MHz): > 50 dB reduction
Zone to Zone (100 kHz – 30 MHz): > 60 dB reduction

Vibration Control
Vibration dampening panels (internal)
AC outlet dampening gaskets
Shunyata Isolation SSF-50 Footer

Construction
Aluminum and steel chassis
Anodized, aluminum faceplate

GPNR
Length: 127 mm
Diameter: 38 mm

Dimensions
Width: 8.0 inches (20.32 cm)
Depth: 14.75 inches (37.47 cm)
Height: 20.75 inches (52.71 cm)
Weight: 34 lbs (16 kg)