Shunyata DF-SS DarkField Suspension System is Sold in a Set of Three
Utilized in studios and audio systems all over the world, Shunyata has just engineered a new cable-isolation device called DarkField Suspension System (DFSS). The most significant advance is the dual-band cable suspension bridge, which supports any cable while dissipating energy through tensioned polymer bands. The base is filled with an energy-absorbing granular compound that absorbs energy which would otherwise enter the cable, causing signal degradation. This yields improved clarity, depth, and spatial information within any system.
The DFSS takes the patented technology Shunyata Designer Caelin Gabriel applied in the original Dark Field Elevators (DFE & DFE v2) to an elite performance level by adding two important design innovations. In addition to the patented energy-field neutralization material used in the original DFE, the DFSS incorporates two forms of vibration isolation that quiets energy transfer between the floor and any cable product.
The most significant advance applied to the DFSS is the dual band cable suspension bridge, designed to support any cable, power or signal, while dissipating vibrational energy through the purposefully tensioned polymer bands. The second innovation is the energy-absorbing granular compound that fills the base of the DFSS. This compound formulation absorbs floor borne energy that would otherwise couple to the cable, causing signal degradation.
These combined technologies define the DFSS as the most technically advanced cable suspension system on the market. To prove the DFSS efficacy, Shunyata will be publishing Accelerometer test results with the DFSS, indicating the level of isolation they provide from floor borne vibration, common to all sound system environments.
The difference in performance the DarkField Suspension System renders is dramatic and easy to appreciate when applied to literally any high-performance audio or video system. When applied as a system, the DFSS render a dramatic reduction in perceived noise and time smear, yielding improved clarity, depth and spatial information within any audio/video system.