The sides of the rack module look very simple from the outside. Inside, however, there are lots of know-how and detail built in. The sides consist of a sandwich-construction that is unique because of the type of material used, the workmanship of the individual layers and the type of connection used. These efforts mean it is possible to absorb vibrations which could damage the machine.
The support surface is formed by the latest version of our hi-fi-equipment stand, Silence Plus, since this provides outstanding degrees of decoupling and uniform absorption of vibration. This is essential to achieve the optimum foundation for high-quality audio components. The top surface rests on a gel layer, which effectively cuts out low-frequency vibrations. In addition, various material layers are individually prepared and then combined together to absorb the vibrations of the equipment itself.
One small, unseen detail should be mentioned at this point, since it has an enormous influence on the resulting sound. That is the link between the sides and the base. There are certainly simpler and cheaper ways to achieve this. However we have opted for a complex solution which guarantees the best sound.
Every module is supplied with a set of accessories, consisting of 16 (!) stainless steel turntable components, especially designed for this rack range. They consist of the following:
The modules can be set up alongside one another by screwing the spikes into the bottom threads and the caps into the top ones. If the modules are to be stacked, the spikes are only used for the module at the bottom. Then the feet are screwed into the bottoms of the other modules instead of spikes. They can then be inserted into the upward facing thread openings of the rack at the bottom. There they rest on a damper, which prevents vibrations being transmitted to the module on top.