Those of you who have been in the store recently have probably had a demo of the difference that Stillpoints make on the quality of sound from all components. It is startling.
Bruce Jacobs from Stillpoints will show off Stillpoints new equipment rack and some other intriguing new inventions as well as discuss Stillpoints themselves. Come by for a look see, informal discussion and demonstrations.
Find out how Stillpoints work. They sure do! They isolate the component from external vibrations and drain the internal vibrations for a great improvement in clarity and musical resolution.
The difference Stillpoints make with a component sitting on three of them is amazing and easily heard. You can buy three for a single component starting at $375. Price is $747 for three Ultra SS and $699 each for the Ultra 5. Each upgrade offers more isolation and can support greater weight. Stillpoints are essential under turntables and even make a difference used with power conditioners!
We have Stillpoints all over the place! They are one of the most cost effective ways of improving your system without replacing any component.
Our Turntable Event was held February 28
The event was well attended. More than 50 enthusiastic people attended. Many brought their own LPs.
We showed seven record players priced from $250 to $50,000. Factory representative presented Funk and Acoustic Signature turntables.
In addition to the Funk and Acoustic Signature turntables we showed turntables from Rega and Music Hall.
The Acoustic Signature turntables now on display are the Challenger Mk II and the top of the line Ascona. The Ascona is equipped with the Kuzma 4Point tonearm and the new, top of the line, Lyra Atlas Cartridge. This $50,000 combination is certainly a candidate for the best record player available. The Challenger is equipped with the Funk FXR-II tonearm and a now is using a Lyra Delos phono cartridge. The FXF-II tonearm has a DIN connection so we can use different phono cables. The table is supported on three Stillpoint Ultra 5 isolation devices. More later on all of this later.