Separate conditioner for amps, or all in one unit?


I currently have a Shunyata Denali 6000V2 supplying my front end (dCS Vivaldi DAC/Upsampler/Clock, and D’Agostino Momentum HD preamp), and a Shunyata Denali 2000T supplying my amps (D’Agostino M300 monos).  Both run off a dedicated 20 amp line from my panel, and I’m using Stealth power cords throughout.

It all sounds incredible, and I’m happy with the power arrangement, but as I’m prone to do, I’m looking for the next improvement,  and I’ve been considering replacing the 6000V2 and 2000T with an Audioquest Niagara 7000.  Since the Niagara 7000 has a separate bank for high current components, I could run both the front end and the amps from one conditioner.

Anyone have experience or thought on whether this would be an improvement?

Slainte,

Mitch 


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Have you given any thought to getting the new Shunyata Everest. I have one now and its pretty amazing - it replaced a Triton V3 in my system and it is superb (I only use it for my front end and the amps go straight into the wall) . It that doesn't give you enough outlets, I would use the Everest for your front end and then use the 6000/v2 for your amps instead of the 2000T.
Arnie
Im using 2 Vibex Platinum units 1 for amp only as my amp is 20 feet away from my preamp.The Vibex is the best unit i have ever used both for sound and build quality.
Arnie,

the Everest would be awesome no doubt, but I don’t really have room for it...

cheers,

Mitch
I also recommend getting the Everest. I got one a couple of weeks ago, and I was left stunned how good it is. I know you said you don't have room for it, but really, it's very easy to place it on the floor (or on a platform if you have carpet). Looks gorgeous too.
I own the Audioquest Niagara 7000. I have my Dac and mono blocks plugged into it. I found the Niagara greatly improves the performance of my tube amps over just plugging them into the wall. You will be impressed!

ozzy