An often-repeated question from audiophiles is my system sounds harsh or bright, I don’t like this it ruins my listening experience. Well, components or combinations of audio equipment can inherently sound this way in your room, however quality mechanical Isolation systems can go a long way to help with this removing the harder or harsher edges from your musical notes. Careful system placements and cable choices can do big things. Yes, accessories do make a substantial difference!
It is a general misconception that harmful vibrations only enter your audio equipment externally from your room. Most harmonics are produced internally by your audio equipment. Factors such as transformers, power supplies and electronic components resonating to the frequency of the music signal enter components on your rack. Audio components are micro phonic picking up these frequencies and simply repeating them causing a reverberation, this is heard through your speakers as a ghosting after the last played note has been played, and in other words it is not clear.
To really hear your audio equipment, resonance control needs to be introduced to your audio system. It does matter what you place your equipment on!
How does AG Lifter Isolation Technology differ from the rest?
Welcome to a revolutionary way to manage harmonics and retain transient speed, wide dynamic range, and dynamics.
The AG Lifter design drains the harmonics from the audio equipment, dampens, then transfers into the live frame dispersing the resonance in “real time” through the AG Lifter proprietary alloy extrusion and pillar profile. These steps are repeated through coupling and decoupling between layers, and finally isolated from your floor with the legendary AG Lifter Dulcet 20 Isolation Foot. The Isolation foot does not require any spiking – so it is floor friendly.
What do you think? Have you really heard your audio components?