Two Outlet High-Current Tour De Force
The two-outlet Typhon T2 represents a years-long evolution in science that makes it a one-of-a-kind product with three dynamic and unique functions. When the Typhon T2 is connected as a stand-alone two-outlet reference power distributor it will super-charge the performance of even the world’s most demanding amplifiers. The Typhon T2 also comes equipped to receive an optional Performance or Reference level umbilical, allowing it to be connected in-line to any Shunyata power-distributor as a performance force-multiplier of the first order. Lastly, simple, reference-level two or three-component systems won’t find a better solution for performance than the Typhon T2. Typhon T2 is guaranteed to elevate the performance of amplifiers or entire systems beyond any and all expectation.
Typhon T2 represents a dramatic five-year refinement of the original, critically, and commercially acclaimed Typhon and Typhon QR models. At almost half the size and price of the Typhon QR, the Typhon T2 includes two high-current outlets that allow for in-line connection to even the most current-hungry amplifiers. The patented QRBB and NIC technologies within the T2 have been radically improved to deliver an unprecedented performance upgrade when connected in series with a Shunyata Research Denali 6000S/v2 model or virtually any other Shunyata Research power distributor.
The Typhon T2 model can be used as a stand-alone reference power distributor for any type of amplifier no matter how demanding, or other remote reference-grade source electronics. The Typhon T2 is housed in the same chassis footprint as the Denali 6000S/v2, making it easy to stack and connect from the wall, then via its umbilical to the power distributor. The T2 can also be used with the original Denali 6000s/v1 or any Shunyata Research power distributor below the Everest 8000. No matter the application or combination, the Typhon T2 will deliver a jaw-dropping component-level performance upgrade to any system, no matter how small or large the system may be.