LFD AUDIO: Isolation solutions – part #3

Can you describe please your thinking behind your turntable isolation system using Plexiglas, Sorbothane sheets and machined granite? All materials have subjective resonances (which correlate approximately to their actual physical resonances), e.g. MDF sounds a bit muddy compared to plywood or hardwoods, stone has a “heavy, but slightly bright” sound. Therefore isolation platforms/ stands must Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Visco-elastic feet

Dr. Bews writes: The black “rubber” insert (normally the part of the foot that makes contact with the bottom of the equipment) is a visco-elastic (exhibits both liquid and elastic properties) urethane polymer, designed to optimally absorb mechanical vibrations over a wide frequency and temperature range. This unique material has the ability to convert vibrations Read More →

LFD Audio isolation solutions – part #2

The Viscoelastic material you use – what is the optimal and thickness ? 3 pcs are generally  better, but unfortunately more unstable. 4 pcs is more easy to apply under a piece of equipment and more stable, but slightly less good subjectively. Dr. Richard Bews Do you have another question for us? Great. Just click […] Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Isolation products

Hello Mr. Popeck. Have you any details of the isolation products mentioned on the LFD web page, please. Still loving the amp, just looking to get even more from it !! I have been auditioning the three systems that LFD produce. Stage #1 is a set of 4 very well machined stainless steel cups into Read More →

LFD AUDIO: isolation solutions – part #1

The Viscoelastic material you use – as I understand it they supply this material in varying densities and thicknesses. Without revealing the details, did you apply physics, mathematics and materials science to determining the appropriate balance between density and thickness – or did you experiment? Or both? Viscoelastic (Sorbothane type) material employs same density, since Read More →