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  1. Shunyata Research is excited to announce the much-anticipated release of our all-new signal cables, comprised of three series: DELTA, ALPHA and SIGMA speaker cables and analog interconnects. These new signal lines and their namesake power cords now make it easier than ever to match cables throughout your entire system. All cables are currently in production, and orders are being taken now. The newest generation of cables from Shunyata Research builds on their vast experiences and accumulation of science-based technologies, while also introducing additional, cutting-edge advancements in cable architecture. Delta series utilizes Shunyata Research’s VTX conductors, STIS terminals, along with Ohno copper and advanced fluorocarbon dielectrics. Sonic welding mitigates junction points, while our KPIP process eliminates the anomalies associated with break-in and cable directionality. Alpha series continues with these features, while also including their internationally-patented ΞTRON® technology, and new, pure copper, or gold-plated pure copper, terminations. The new Sigma series adds the new, patent-pending TAP (transverse axial polarizer) and HARP technologies. All three series are designed and built to Shunyata Research’s exacting standards. Their revolutionary KPIP process unlocks the full potential of these cable systems so your customers experience all the power and musicality from their first listen. We believe these new cables will impress the most experienced listeners with exceptional fidelity, as well as a performance that conveys the detail, harmonic depth and finesse of a musical experience. Each series offers a level of performance that belies their price, and will overshadow some of the most expensive products on the market today. For more information on each of the lines, please visit the following links Delta Series of Speaker Cables and Analog Interconnects Alpha Series of Speaker Cables and Analog Interconnects Sigma Series of Speaker Cables and Analog Interconnects
  2. We've got some great deals on a variety of gear from Black Friday through Cyber Monday (11/25-28). In many cases we may only have a limited number of these at this price, so be sure to put your order immediately to take advantage of these fantastic deals. Click either image to see the specials.
  3. We've got lots of new products that we'd love to show you. New and Forthcoming Products from Auralic - Altair Wireless DAC/Streamer/Headphone Amp ELAC - Discovery Music Server and Uni-Fi Speakers Luxman - DA-250 DAC/Headphone Amp/Preamp and L-590AX MKII ENIGMAcoustics - Athena A1 Headphone Amp Berkeley Audio Design - Alpha DAC Reference Series 2 Shunyata - Denali Series Pioneer - SE-Master1 Headphones and XDP-100R Player M2Tech - Joplin MKII A/D Converter, Marley Headphone Amp and Young DSD DAC For full details, click here to link to our latest newsletter. 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara
  4. Reference Shunyata Hydra Triton V2 Package Promotion (Save over $1000) With Tax Season upon us, everybody could use a discount on their hobby purchases. For that reason, we would like to offer you the opportunity to save some money on Shunyata's most respected power-systems. For a limited time, we are offering our complete reference package of a HYDRA TRITON v2 with a C-19 SIGMA HC and Shunyata's finest SSF-50 stainless steel feet. This promotion represents more than $1000 in savings, please see details below. Anyone on the fence should absolutely listen to this amazing, complete package! [TABLE=class: t1, width: 300] [TR] [TD=class: td1] HYDRA TRITON v2 . . . . . . . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=class: td2] $6,998[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=class: td1] C-19 SIGMA HC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=class: td2] $3,495[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=class: td1] SSF-50 Stainless Steel Feet . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=class: td2] $349[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=class: td1] RETAIL VALUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [/TD] [TD=class: td2] $10,842[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] ____________________________________ Limited Time Promotional Price: $9,800* *This is an extremely limited time offer, so act now. The HYDRA TRITON v2 represents a major material and measurable advance of the pioneering concept that made the original HYDRA TRITON the most professionally and critically acclaimed product of its kind. Virtually all the parts -- with the exception of its PatentedNoise Isolation Chambers, have been updated within the TRITON v2. These updates include the Zero-Point Power Distribution System (ZPP-DS) a custom manufactured all-copper buss system linking all outlets to a single point of electrical contact. Internally, Shunyata’s new CCI™ (Component-to-Component Interference) noise filters are now applied to each outlet, preventing the spread of high-frequency noise between terminals. TRITON v2’s now come equipped with external grounding terminals, capable of grounding any remote system component through the central Noise Isolation Chambers contained within each TRITON v2. Finally, Shunyata has implemented its own CopperConn™ US outlet (US and Asia), culled from solid copper and formed to offer superior grip strength and connectivity (DTCD™) compared to any standard or audiophile grade US model outlet. The performance differences between the original TRITON and the TRITON v2 are extraordinary in terms of both sound and visuals.The superiorDTCD™ and Noise Measurements can only hint at the dramatic increase in perceived background silence, improved dynamics and musical timing. The TRITON v2 performs at a level that surprised even its designer, Caelin Gabriel. To those that know us, that should say it all. ΞTRON™ SIGMA Series of power cords are the most technically advanced products of their kind, incorporating multiple technologies that showcase Shunyata Research’s pioneering work in the area of Distributed Power Conditioning. Σ SIGMA power cords work far more efficiently than traditional power conditioners because they intercept noise at its very source -- the component power supply, and prevent it from being shared with other electronics in the system via CCI(Component-to-Component Interference). EXCLUSIVE PARTS AND CONSTRUCTION Shunyata's SIGMA DIGITAL and ANALOG model power cords are all constructed using Shunyata’s finest VTX wire formed into massive gauge conductors, making them compatible with high-current electronics, but the SIGMA HC is uniquely designed for the world’s most demanding amps and power conditioners with an even larger 6 gauge conductor complement and unique internal construction. Each SIGMA power cord is designed and tested for optimum delivery of DTCD (Dynamic Transient Current Delivery). SSF-50 (Stainless Steel Feet) Shunyata Research's SSF-50's (Stainless Steel Feet) provide a significant upgrade in performance for all Shunyata Power Distributors -- without the high cost. It is well known that power distributors performance can be improved by placing them on a shelf or dedicated amplifier stand and by using high-performance cones under them. While these tweaks are beneficial, they can be quite costly. Shunyata has developed the SSF's to optimize HYDRA performance without the high cost of accessories. This offer qualify for Free Shipping and 5% back in points when you register for Club Ciamara Membership Rewards Program 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara
  5. Venom MPC-12A and MPC-12C Power Distributor Promotion MPC-12C & MPC-12A Promotional Packages (starting at $2139): Tax-Season Savings! The VENOM MPC-12 is similar in function to our traditional power distributors in that it is intended for normal audio and video systems that are not specifically computer based audio systems. VENOM MPC-12C The VENOM MPC-12 "C" is designed specifically for computer-audio, video and music-server based systems. Computer-media based music systems use several digital or processing components associated with computers (server). These devices are often made with commodity power supplies that put out significant amounts of power line noise. The MPC-12C was designed specifically to segregate or “firewall” the computer or video related components -- preventing them from polluting the performance of your high-end analog components. The MPC-12 "C" is Shunyata Research’s most finely tuned power distributor in terms of its system specific design and function. Essentially, the MPC-12 contains two separate power conditioners starting from the power inlet. In section one, The MPC-12 "C" uses Shunyata’s finest CCI™ (Component-to-Component Interference) filter arrays to reduce noise and enhance performance while still allowing for maximum current-delivery to even the most power hungry amplifiers. The other side of the MPC-12 "C", employs a custom-manufactured hand-wound air coil which literally fire-walls intense computer or video generated noise from affecting the components plugged into the second bank of six high-current/Analog outlets. VENOM MPC-12A The MPC-12 "A" has two independent zones of 6 outlets each, for a total of 12 outlets. This allows for the normal segregation of analog and digital components or between amplifiers and source components. The "A" designation stands for audio although it can also be used in all forms of audio/video systems. The two isolated zones will be labeled "A/V Zone 1" and "A/V Zone 2”. At the core of the MPC-12 "A"are Shunyata’s latest generation of CCI™ (Component-to-Component Interference) filters. These powerful multi-frequency noise-filters provide exceptional isolation for electronics without interfering with DTCD™ (Dynamic Transient Current Delivery) or electronics power supply function. The MPC-12 "A" has none of the drawbacks commonly associated with traditional forms “power conditioning” yet provides all of the protection and noise isolation that benefit electronics systems of all types. Complementing the superior noise isolation in the MPC-12 "A" are dual 12 gauge OFE 101 copper conductors. This massive 9 gauge aggregate conductor set insures optimum DTCD™ performance for any and all high-current draw systems. Surge and spike protection are included in the form of Shunyata Research'’s Surge module, which has had a virtually zero failure rate since its inception. Putting these elements together in a 12 outlet, form-follows-function package makes the MPC-12 "A" an incredible value. For those looking at the next big step-up from Shunyata Research’s critically heralded PS-8 power distributor, the MPC-12 "A" delivers on that promise. For those with the audio-systems that combine one or two digital components such as a CD player or Transport and DAC, the MPC-12 "A" model makes the most sense. For those with computer audio or video centric systems, the MPC-12 "C" is the best choice. The MPC-12 “A” and “C” models also feature on-board surge, spike and over-current protection with a built-in status L.E.D. indicator. For a limited time, we are offering complete high-performance power-distribution packages on the MPC-12 series of power conditioners. These are available on both the MPC-12A and MPC-12C. This all-in-one package includes the high-performance option of the High-Current VENOM-HC or ALPHA HC power cable and the new SSF-38 (stainless steel feet). Please see details below.Please see details below. [TABLE=width: 408] [TR] [TD=width: 127] PKG. 1 MPC-12A w/ VENOM HC[/TD] [TD=width: 60][/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] PKG. 2 MPC-12A w/ ALPHA HC[/TD] [TD=width: 52][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] MPC-12A . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $1,995[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] MPC-12A . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $1,995[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] VENOM HC C-19[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $295[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] ALPHAHCC-19. . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $1,250[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] SSF-38's . . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $249[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] SSF-38's . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $249[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] RETAIL VALUE .[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $2,539[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] RETAIL VALUE . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $3,494[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] Promotional Price[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $2,139[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] Promotional Price[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $2,894[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127][/TD] [TD=width: 60][/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134][/TD] [TD=width: 52][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] PKG. 3 MPC-12C w/ VENOM HC[/TD] [TD=width: 60][/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] PKG. 4 MPC-12C w/ ALPHA HC[/TD] [TD=width: 52][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] MPC-12C . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $2,495[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] MPC-12C . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $2,495[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] VENOM HC C-19[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $295[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] ALPHA HC C-19 .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $1,250[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] SSF-38's . . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $249[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] SSF-38's . . . . . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $249[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] RETAIL VALUE .[/TD] [TD=width: 60] $3,039[/TD] [TD=width: 27, colspan: 2][/TD] [TD=width: 134] RETAIL VALUE . .[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $3,994[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 127] Promotional Price[/TD] [TD=width: 62, colspan: 2] $2,639[/TD] [TD=width: 25][/TD] [TD=width: 134] Promotional Price[/TD] [TD=width: 52] $3,394[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] Please note that this is an limited time offer, so act now before this incredible deal is gone. 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  6. Shunyata Venom MPC-12C Power Distributor LIMITED TIME FALL PROMOTION $200 Power Cord Credit + FREE Stainless Steel Isolation Feet ($249 value) The VENOM MPC-12 "C" is designed specifically for computer-audio, video and music-server based systems. Computer-media based music systems use several digital or processing components associated with computers (server). These devices are often made with commodity power supplies that put out significant amounts of power line noise. The MPC-12C was designed specifically to segregate or “firewall” the computer or video related components -- preventing them from polluting the performance of your high-end analog components. The MPC-12 "C" is Shunyata Research’s most finely tuned power distributor in terms of its system specific design and function. Essentially, the MPC-12 contains two separate power conditioners starting from the power inlet. In section one, The MPC-12 "C" uses Shunyata’s finest CCI™ (Component-to-Component Interference) filter arrays to reduce noise and enhance performance while still allowing for maximum current-delivery to even the most power hungry amplifiers. The other side of the MPC-12 "C", employs a custom-manufactured hand-wound air coil which literally fire-walls intense computer or video generated noise from affecting the components plugged into the second bank of six high-current/Analog outlets. This offer won't be around for long, so act now to save on one of Shunyata Research's latest power distributor that has been designed for computer audio. This product qualifies for Free Shipping and 5% back in points when you register for Club Ciamara Membership Rewards Program 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara
  7. LUXMAN DA-06 DSD DAC FREE SHUNYATA RESEARCH VENOM Digital Power Cable with Purchase ($400 value) "The Luxman DA-06 DAC reproduces music with a rich tonal balance and silky smooth midrange, yet a satiating amount of transparency. The DA-06 is unique among DACs I've heard in recent memory because of those qualities. This is a DAC for listening to and being enveloped by one's favorite music." - Chris Connaker, The Computer Audiophile (full review here) Advancing the state of the art, the LUXMAN DA-06 can handle up to 24/192 though its AES and S/PDIF inputs, and up to 2x DSD via USB and there are user-selectable filters for both PCM and DSD. The arch-enemy of data playback is jitter (noise generated by timing errors) - the fluctuation of the signal. By use of a dedicated transformer to cancel the common mode noise from the USB terminal, the DA-06 utilizes asynchronous transmission by DSP (Digital Signal Processing). In addition an internal DAIR (Digital Audio Interface Receiver) helps reduce the jitter by asynchronous processing of the S/PDIF input. Finally, it is equipped with low phase noise clock modules. Digital inputs are upsampled and processed at 32/384 and there are USB, SPDIF, AES/EBU and Toslink inputs on the back. DSD files played back on the Luxman DA-06 have a musicality and fluidity that are rarely heard in digital playback. This product qualifies for Free Shipping and 5% back in points when you register for Club Ciamara Membership Rewards Program 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara
  8. Berkeley Audio Design Alpha DAC RS FALL SPECIAL FREE SHUNYATA RESEARCH Zitron Alpha Digital Power Cable with Purchase ($995 value) "The Berkeley Audio Alpha DAC Reference redefines what we can expect from digital playback" -Robert Harley, The Absolute Sound (full review here) "The Berkeley Audio Design Alpha DAC Reference Series is a DAC for the ages. Delicacy, detail, and unparalleled transparency are hallmarks of the RS. Reproducing soft yet present background instruments as clearly as the lead guitar is something only the Alpha DAC RS has done in my system." - Chris Connaker, The Computer Audiophile (full review here) The Berkeley Alpha DAC Reference Series embodies everything Berkeley Audio Design knows about digital to analog conversion taken to an unprecedented level - a level that requires new design concepts and new components at the edge of what is possible. The result is an immediacy and presence of music reproduction that is simply real. They literally designed the Reference Series before it was possible to build it. Almost three years in development, the Alpha DAC Reference Series uses components designed to their specifications that previously were not commercially available. Several suppliers were not able to meet their requirements, which delayed the release of the Reference Series by more than a year. But those obstacles were overcome and now the Alpha DAC Reference Series is a reality. Specs Input sampling rate: 32kHz to 192kHz Input word length: 24-bit Ultra low phase noise Precision Clocking at 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz and 192kHz sampling rates ± 100 ppm Two channel analog stereo outputs: XLR balanced with pin 2 positive and RCA unbalanced Digital Inputs: AES - XLR, 110Ω; SPDIF1 - BNC, 75Ω; SPDIF2 - BNC, 75Ω; TOSLINK - Toslink optical connector HDCD decoding detects 16-bit flag at 44.1kHz or 24-bit flag at all sampling rates Multiple digital filter options Balanced analog output level: +18dBu (6.15Vrms) maximum, +12dBu (3.1Vrms) or lower recommended Unbalanced analog output level: 3.25Vrms maximum, 2Vrms or lower recommended Digital volume & balance control: 0.1dB/step with .05dB/step L/R gain trim, 60dB range Frequency response at ≥ 88.2kHz sampling rates: ± 0.1dB from < 0.1Hz to 35 kHz, - 3dB at 59kHz for 176.4kHz and 192kHz sampling rates Distortion at recommended levels: all products ≤ -120dBFS THD+N at maximum level: < -110dBFS Firmware upgradeable through signal inputs Enclosure dimensions: 3.5”H X 17.5”W x 12.5”D This product qualifies for Free Shipping and 5% back in points when you register for Club Ciamara Membership Rewards Program 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara