IsoAcoustics Delos Walnut
IsoAcoustics Delos in beautiful walnut finish is a cost-effective isolation platform designed for turntables, amplifiers, CD players and other audiophile components.
Turntables are carefully made with extreme precision to pick up the finest details in a record. The stylus navigating the tiny variations in the vinyl’s groves is a delicate process that is very sensitive to vibrations. The DELOS butcher block from IsoAcoustics decouples the turntable from the supporting surface and dramatically diminishes structural vibrations and resonances, resulting in greater clarity and detail.
Combining the mass of a thick butcher block with IsoAcoustics patented isolation, DELOS provides a low noise floor by eliminating the effects of structure borne vibrations.
What is the difference between the DELOS and OREA series?
The OREA’s provide a high degree of isolation by using IsoAcoustics patented isolation technology to absorb vibrations. The OREA’s are sold individually. 3 or more OREA’s can be used underneath a turntable or component.
The Delos provides a flat stable platform for isolating turntables or components. In addition to using IsoAcoustics patented isolation technology, the Butcher Block also provides mass. The mass of the butcher block complements the IsoAcoustics isolators to more effectively eliminate the effects of structural vibrations and reconsnances.
The DELOS is always recommended when a turntable has an external motor as it will support the table and motor at the same height level.
What is the difference between the 1-3/4” (45mm) thickness and 3” (76mm) thicknesses for the DELOS?
The thicker 3” (76mm) butcher block provides more mass to more effectively diminish structural vibrations and reconsnances from interfering with the supported turntable or electronic component.
How are the weight limits determined?
The specified weight limits are determined based on the performance curves. The products are able to support additional weight without harm, but the isolation performance is beginning to decline above the specified weight limits.