Component Stand SS

For the remote placement of amplifiers.

An Introduction

The Component Stand SS can be used to support individual components at floor level, should that be a preferred system setup approach.

As an example, using the Component Stand to support mono block or stereo amplifiers allows placement of these components closer to loudspeakers. Closer to the loudspeaker means shorter speaker cables.

The stainless-steel (SS) Component Stand frame is available in three leg or four leg versions, in both nine- and eleven-inch leg lengths. The Component Stand is to be used in combination with the Ultra product of your choice: Ultra Mini, Ultra II, Ultra SS V2, Ultra 5 V2, or Ultra 6 V2.

The robust stainless-steel frame design allows components of high mass to be supported easily. Many other stands or platforms designed for this use are made of large square or rectangular plinths. These stands, with large surface areas, are subject to becoming resonant diaphragms themselves, absorbing and reflecting airborne and mechanical vibration.

By comparison, the Component Stand SS is a strut like structure with little surface area to be affected by resonance. The open design of the Component Stand SS also allows airflow to circulate and cool the component.

Tuning of the stand to your component is one of the strengths of the Component Stand SS. The legs can be rotated around a central hub to accommodate components of multiple sizes. Within the frame, you can move the Ultra filtering devices along the rail system in each leg.

Adjusting the location of the filter along each rail allows you to determine the best position to both support the component and maximize the filtering of vibration borne resonance for best fidelity. This system allows components to perform at a maximum of their potential.

After the success of the original component stand, Stillpoints has done over ten years of research and development before releasing the “NEW” Component Stand SS.

The Component Stand SS is a high performance design that illustrates how one uses any Stillpoints isolator. Bypassing the components original feet, making contact with the bottom of the chassis to come in direct contact with the micro vibrations that are generated by the electrical current running through the devices on the circuit board and following the circuit board standoff down to the chassis’ bottom

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