Ground borne vibration is one of the major reason for the variability in the performance of high-end audio equipment. However mild a vibration may seem to us, it will be huge compared with the minute domain in which hi-fi process signal information.
Somewhat initially skeptical, Tony Bolton soon finds the Maximum Super Tweeters a permanent fixture in his home HiFi system…. “Obviously, given the frequency response of these components, I expected any alteration to the sound to be focussed on the midrange and the treble, but
“This is the speaker cable I have been using for some time but only got around to reviewing this year. I can’t find anything better and I have tried, nothing comes close when it comes to three dimensionality of soundstage and control, depth and power in the bass, it’s also more
Jason Kennedy reviews the Townshend Seismic Isolation Platform under the Rega RP6 Turntable, a Leema Antila CD Player & Naim UnitiLite: “Massive increase in stereo three dimensionality, sound is cleaner” “A degree of hardness has disappeared and left a stronger sense of ti
HiFi critic – Paul Messenger “Seriously impressed by the effect of the Seismic ‘spring-decoupling’ rather than the usual spiking for the loudspeakers….” “…the benefits of decoupling were immediate and surprisingly obvious…..giving notable improvements in
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F1 Fractal Interconnect exposes the space, depth energy and image scale, it’s hard to put down. The bass is unusually controlled yet also shakes the furniture! while the highs are both solid and sparkling when the music demands. Use it to hear the full glory of the signal being transm