Because an Audio Rack Is an Audiophile Component: Solidsteel HyperSpike HS Series Delivers Reference-Grade Isolation and Support, Features Three-Pillar Design and Premium Finishes
Anchored by a three-pillar design, the reference-grade Solidsteel HyperSpike HS Series of audio racks abides by a basic albeit tremendously important, often-overlooked principle. Specifically, when you invest thousands of dollars in heirloom audio equipment, it's imperative the components sit on shelves worthy of the gear's enormous playback potential. After all, an audiophile-caliber audio shelf is in itself a component. Its sonic merits are as equally as important as the design elements. HyperSpike HS Series features materials chosen for their respective benefits and overall finish. The larger-size shelves accommodate reference-level gear that may not fi t on other purpose-built shelving. A rubber O-ring system prevents vibration from traveling between components, ensuring everything sounds as it should. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed.
The structural concept of Hyperspike HS Series is functional, simple in design, and effective. It consists of an MDF light shelf (a specific type of Medium Density Fiberboard, very solid mechanically and acoustically), finished by a strong, modern-looking gloss finish or special black rubberized varnish. Each finish offers sound-absorbing and non-scratch properties. The shelf consists of a quadrangular design, noticeably rounded without corners to form a smooth, graceful profile that gives continuity to its aesthetic and practical features. Each shelf is 30mm thick, 550mm deep at its maximum point (front to back), and 650mm wide to accommodate a large majority of even the highest-end most audio components.
Hyperspike HS Series' three-pillar design is geometrically positioned to give maximum support and minimum physical contact with the surrounding environment. Its rack stems are built of high-quality solid-steel rods, polished by a state-of-the-art process to yield a smooth, shimmering finish. In order to provide the necessary modular structure, the frames comprise a central segment of variable length to meet diverse requirements. Securing screws, insulating spikes (very strong, beautifully welded, adjustable, and strong-locking with a clamping screw) and solid-steel decoupling pads all come standard. Rubber o-rings, similar to a piston ring with the purpose of improving the fit while reducing the transmission of mechanical energy, round out this reference support system.