Anti-vibration platform Monolith Audio Zaii

Anti-vibration platform Monolith Audio Zaii
Suggested retail price: 400 EUR
Anti-vibration platform Monolith Audio Zaii RP8 photo 1
Anti-vibration platform Monolith Audio Zaii RP8 photo 2
Anti-vibration platform Monolith Audio Zaii RP8 photo 4
Anti-vibration platform Monolith Audio Zaii RP8 photo 3

    The anti-vibration platform was designed chiefly for turntables. However, owing to its unusual properties, it is also readily used with CD/SACD players, amplifiers, digital to analogue converters, speakers and other audio devices. It allows one to isolate the audio device from vibrations coming from the base, which brings about significant changes to the whole audio reproduction system.

    Carefully selected wood with the natural parallel wood grain ensures a deep aesthetic experience. In order to manufacture one platform, it is necessary to presort ca. 100m
    3(!) of sawn timber that is dried to reach the humidity of 8-10%. This requires a lot of work and high production capacities.


    Owing to the block structure, it is possible to obtain material with no defects, one that is dimensionally stable in changeable conditions of use.
    Owing to the block structure, it is possible to obtain material with no defects, one that is dimensionally stable in changeable conditions of use.

    The platform is covered with a high quality, lacquer, which is available in many colours. A semi-transparent white version can be seen in the photos. Dimensions in cm: W 50 x D 40 x H 11.50. Upon order, anti-vibration platforms can be manufactured in any dimensions and for any devices.

    Impact on the sound

    The review of the Rega RP6 turntable and the Monolith Audio platform by Wojciech Pacula (the general editor of
    High Fidelity and the editor of 6moons.com), which was published in February 2013 (No. 105), confirms the unusual sonic properties:


    It is one of the very few improvements (...) that really work and bring considerable results. To such an extent that after an extensive listening of the Rega RP6 on the platform I would not listen to anything without it!

    The changes that take places are of structural character; this is not some “tuning” of color or dynamics or any customary evoked aspect of sound.

    As in case of every high quality product, the platform works on all aspects of sound, not just a part of it. It does not really change anything; it simply enhances the good qualities of the product sitting on it.

    Full text of this review: http://www.highfidelity.pl/@main-343&lang=en


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    High Fidelity No. 111 (August 2013)
    Review: Monolith Audio

    See the complete text of the review

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    High Fidelity No. 105 (February 2013)
    Review: Rega RP6 turntable + Monolith Audio anti-vibrating platform


    See press-cutting from the review
    See the complete text of the review
    See the cover of the High Fidelity No. 105


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