On offer is a Shunyata Denali 6000/S power conditioner, complete with a Shunyata Venom HS power cable and four Shunyata SSF-38 stainless steel feet. I am the original owner, having purchased the unit and cable new in July, 2018, and the upgraded feet in May, 2019. Price new was $4419.
I am selling this because I am downsizing my system, and have incorporated a smaller unit. This has been in my stereo cabinet since coming out of the box, in a smoke- and child-free environment.
The reviews for the Denali have been over the top (see below for a sample, or https://shunyata.com/media-reviews/ for more), and it immediately garnered multiple awards. Once you try it you will understand why. Personally, it was my first audiophile power conditioner, and the upgrade in musicality was shocking. I'm never looking back.
Shunyata has recently supplanted this product with Denali 6000/S v2, which includes the SSF-38 feet, but not a power cable, for $4500.
Shipment will be in the original packing case, in a second box for security.
- Audio Stream 2016 Product of the Year
- The Absolute Sound 2017 Product of the Year
- The Absolute Sound 2017 Buyers Guide Recommendation
- Hi-Fi+ 2018 Power Product Of The Year
- Hi-Fi+ 2019 20th Anniversary Top 100
From Robert Harley's review in The Absolute Sound, March 2017
"The Denali’s combination of deeper background blackness, resolution of the finest spatial and textural detail, utter liquidity of timbre, and powerful impression of immersing you in the recording venue’s acoustic presents the music with a heightened sense of occasion and drama. When a piece of music starts, it feels as though I’m about to experience a momentous event that deserves and demands my full attention. Any component that fosters this feeling is special, indeed...In every sonic criterion, the Denali establishes a new benchmark of performance. In addition to cleaner timbres, lower noise, greater resolution of low-level detail, and a more expansive and dimensional soundstage, the Denali system goes a step further in recreating the illusion of musical realism."