Quadraspire Soundstage Turntable Plinth

Quadraspire

Quadraspire goes further from strength to strength with the launch of the new Sunoko-Vent T that will revolutionise your system. 

  • DEDICATED STAGE FOR HiFi COMPONENTS

    In the same way as every musical performance needs a stage so a HiFi needs a stage to bring the music to life in your home. We would normally recommend a dedicated hifi rack that deals with the resonance produced by hifi to deliver a clearer, cleaner musical performance however where that is not possible we recommend the “SOUNDSTAGE” for individual components. The SOUNDSTAGE can be sited under a component whether it be on a sideboard or inside a cupboard. Employing the same technology that we use in our hifi racks the SOUNDSTAGE is a great upgrade.

  • Made from solid Bamboo the slim SOUNDSTAGE shelf combined with solid bronze feet effectively reduces resonance without looking obtrusive as it sits neatly under the component.It is commonly accepted that every component in a HiFi system from amplifier to source including record decks, cd players and streamers are microphonic and produce resonance that will distort the quality of the music reproduced by a HiFi system. This distortion can be significantly reduced by siting individual HiFi components on the SOUNDSTAGE. To develop the SOUNDSTAGE we use the tried and tested technique of tuning by ear in the same way as the finest musical instruments are developed. From extensive research we found that a light rigid construction using solid bamboo and bronze opens the soundstage delivering a clearer, cleaner musical performance.
  • For over twenty years we have been enhancing the audio quality of our customers' Hi Fi systems worldwide. Established by Dutch designer Eddie Spruit in an East London studio in 1995, we have successfully expanded and now have a manufacturing facility south of Bath. This is where all of our design development and craftsmanship take place. To ensure quality sound performance we use the tried and tested technique of tuning by ear in the same way as the finest musical instruments are developed.