A stainless steel, anti-magnetic structure supports a specially treated base to set up a turntable or other components. Different versions and materials are available. Check the accessories brochure.
STAINLESS STEEL TOP ATTACHMENTS ON RACK UPRIGHTS
The top of each upright pillar is fitted with a conical recess to support the spikes of the turntable platform.
The external structure is made of metal filled with special particles and elastomers. The uprights have a diameter of 60 mm. These factors combine to create a heavy and very stable construction. The resonance coefficient of the structure is significantly lowered. Textured paint is used for diffusion purposes.
INTERNAL SUSPENDED STRUCTURE
The internal structure is isolated from the external structure via a method that eliminates vibrations that are transmitted from hard-coupled and acoustic sources through the creation of decoupling by means of steel spikes supported on isolating discs. These provide extra tiers of anti-resonant protection. This suspended audio rack has a triple decoupling.
Cylinders with a diameter of 38mm support the internal structure and isolate it from the external structure.
Allows connecting to electronics (essential for phono). Check the manual to connect properly if this is necessary.
Made from anti-magnetic stainless steel, the Linear Arms hold adjustable spikes which can be located in different positions and they also support isolating discs and damping pads. Total flexibility in different positions and easy to change. This system allows to set up the ideal support position for electronic components.
A horizontal rod is fixed between the rear two pillars in any user desired position to strengthen the external structure and guarantee stability while ensuring easy access to installed components.
The Isolation Discs support each of the electronic components without any need for shelves. Easy installation is facilitated by an elastic insert which provides stability to place electronic components on the adjustable spikes.
Stainless steel discs support the spikes of the uprights. Two types of floor pads are included, with different sonic behavior, that can be applied depending on the room acoustics. Check the manual to use the proper pads for the bases.