“The two sets of Zenith couplers have already taken my listening to a new level, exceeding my expectation. The improvement was immediate and obvious, and grows with each listening. Truly amazing !” – a delighted customer with a Naim amplifier and a Yamaha CD player.
The Quiescent Zenith couplers do a lot more than just passive support:
• they isolate from outside interference
• they drain vibration and RF contamination from electronics
• they absorb the induced currents that circulate around metal casework
• place them on any firm surface to upgrade an existing rack.
The big problem is that equipment generates its own vibration – you know, microphony? – internally. Villains are power transformers and loudspeakers that stream vibration throughout the system via the metal connecting cables. So, isolating components the traditional way, just from floor vibration, actually traps system-generated vibration inside the components where it does a lot of damage.
Vibration must be drained from your system components and they must also be isolated from external sources, such as the floor.
We’ll gladly lend you sets of Zeniths to try in your own system. Be sure to place one under the transformer where possible and don’t forget external power supplies.
Naim owners with additional PSUs – you’re in for a treat!
And then there’s RF interference
RFI is a major cause of hard, edgy treble that everybody hates, especially when listening to digital sources. This is NOT “DIGITAL SOUND”! – it’s RF contamination.
Radio Frequencies enter the system from TV, radio and mobile signals and through the mains. Your DAC (digital/analogue converter, separate or built-in) cannot distinguish them from the music signal. All are processed together.
There’s a lot of science involved here and the improvements with the right items can be dramatic.
Borrow some sets from us to prove it to your own satisfaction.