Relaxa 530  (Picture: EsseCi Design)
Relaxa 530 (Picture: EsseCi Design)

Disconnected entirely

Floating Boards

Better decoupling is hardly possible: five powerful magnets literally hold the glass platforms of EsseCi Design from Italy suspended in mid air.

The platforms do not use absorbers, spikes or similar aids to decouple the equipment from the ground and its vibrations. Thanks to the permanent magnets, the stable board made of hardened glass has no physical contact with the surface. It carries devices weighing up to 30 kilos and can be optimally aligned horizontally by rotating the magnet housing using the level gauge. The manufacturer dismisses fears that the strong magnetic field could impair the electronics, in particular the pickup systems, as the magnetic field works exclusively in the vertical direction, i.e. past the side of the device, and the negligible residual magnetism is completely shielded by the magnet's housing. The bases are manufactured entirely in Italy and are available in two sizes: as Audio Relaxa 530 with around 52 x 46 cm for 1200 Euro and as Audio Relaxa 622 with 49 x 40 cm for 1100 Euro. From January, the larger record will even be available with a load capacity of up to 50 kilos: as the Audio Relaxa 750 for an estimated 1500 euros.

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