Symposium designed the Super Platform to satisfy the problems and requirements of equipment support from a perspective which takes into consideration not only isolation but also energy drainage out of equipment. The original Super Platform was the first dedicated equipment base to use symmetrical constrained layer damping with metal top and bottom layers.
When effectively “coupled” to high-performance audio components (as at right, with included* Large Couplers), the Super Plus effects significant improvements in dynamics (the contrast between soft and loud sounds), bass timber, overall clarity, and sound staging, all due to a reduction in noise intermodulation. Three Symposium Couplers contact the bare metal bottom of the component chassis, enabling an efficient mechanical grounding or”coupling” to the top layer of the Platform. This aluminum layer becomes, in essence, a mechanical extension of the component chassis.
*Large Couplers are now supplied with both standard (19×14) and Large (19×21) size Super Plus platforms.
The Super Plus is the direct descendant of Symposium’s first product, the Super Platform, which was developed in 1992 and first introduced as a retail product in 1993. Originally built as a practical sonic foundation for use beneath power amplifiers on floors, it has proven to be an extremely versatile system accessory, benefiting virtually all components, including CD players and digital transports, analog turntables, preamps, amps, power supplies, power conditioning equipment, active crossover networks, and loudspeakers. Its use is not confined to audio, since it also improves performance with video equipment.
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