One of the biggest distractions when listening to music through loudspeakers is how they can transform the surfaces of a room into sources of unwanted sound radiation. This sound is caused by sympathetic vibration of the room’s walls, ceiling, and floor, which interfere with the direct sound produced by the speakers. At Carbide Audio, we understand that you want your listening experience to be as honest to the original source material as possible. That’s why we’ve created our unique room resonance suppression footers. Designed to create the ideal environment for listening to music, these vibration-eliminating feet reduce the resonances that escape from the surfaces of the room. Contact us today to learn more about how our footers will change the way you hear music.
When trying to create room resonance suppression devices, one of the most important things to consider is how you’re going to effectively capture the stray vibrations that initiate the room resonances. Carbide Audio accomplishes that with our patent pending design, which allows us to isolate vibrations in all six degrees of freedom. Room noise is further suppressed by turning as much as 65 percent of the incoming stray vibration energy into heat, subduing these undesired resonances. Our footers reduce the injection of these stray vibrations into the surfaces of the room, thereby reducing the delayed sound energy emanated from these surfaces. If left unchecked, these can change the way the music is heard, reducing the quality of each track’s finer details by masking these details with room noise. But our room resonance suppression techniques minimize these vibrations, improving the acoustic quality of the room.
For those who love listening to music in its purest form, the choice is obvious. Carbide Audio creates the ideal conditions to truly hear the music you love in the crystal-clear conditions the tracks deserve. By suppressing the distracting resonances by these vibrations, you’ll gain a new appreciation for the music you love. To place an order or to learn more about why our footers are right for you, contact Carbide Audio today.