Time Audio

Audio Exklusiv d.C.d Bases

The reason for this development is the always existing mechanical problem which is - in spite of using fantastic racks basically present. This concerns both audio and visual equipment.
Vibrations, caused by agitation and/or airborne sound, which excite the products up to the particular components and that will lead to an unclean and falsified signal.

d.C.d. means deCoupling damping. This is a combination of decoupling and damping technologies realised with only one base, which helps to damp resonances as well as it decouples the product from the underground. This happens without any displacement of resonances into acoustic agreeable regions or a reduction of dynamic. Loss of dynamic is in nearly every case the result of such damping measures.

The base consists of two MDF-elements. The upper part additionally is combined with a special damping material in order to present a best possible audible underlay.
Between the two MDF-elements there is a complex special mesh, which brings an ideal decoupling from the underground.
The result shows: The sound is getting cleaner, distortions and uncleanings are considerably reduced, the sound pattern is getting more structured, better to hear through and disconnects completely from the speakers, and the dynamic (the rough and mainly the fine-dynamic) is increasing considerably.

We kindly ask you to take care that there are differences between the particular products: the result of one and the same measure can differ from product to product. The housing conception and e.g. the mechanical build-up of each component hereby play an important role.


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d.C.d Base and Feet review by 6 Moons here
Base 1: 500 (W) x 450 (D) x 40 (H) mm, max. load 45 kg. 385.00

Base 2: 450 (W) x 400 (D) x 40 (H) mm, max. load 40 kg. 350.00

Base 3: 400 (W) x 300 (D) x 40 (H) mm, max. load 30 kg. 285.00

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Customer's system modified with dCd bases & dCd feet under CD player and all amps and using Hensler interconnects.