Dampers are anti-magnetic and shock absorbing masses that act against vibrations generated in electronic components. These could be from power sources (transformers) and could also be a consequence of the ondulatory movement of sound as it bounces back off the furniture and cabinets housing electronic equipment. These air-borne vibrations cause interference and background noise that are detrimental to the listening experience.
With digital reader sources, dampers act as "armour" against radiofrequency signals and other types of waves, and consequently reduce vibrations. When dampers are installed in all electronic components of a sound system, clearer and more defined sounds are achieved across all frequencies.
The anti-vibration action of the dampers is equally effective with any other kind of unit from our range.
Dampers provide an extra control across the whole passband. They should be considered as the final touch in achieving clarity, tone and coherence in sound reproduction on room acoustics.