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Commonly referred to as the Industry Reference Standard, the 1.5AP1D is the most popular Audio Point with sales of this model exceeding 650,000 units.
Try a simple experiment. Place a set of three under an amplifier or any component using rubber, cork, plastic footers. Listen to the system for a couple of days then remove the factory footers from the component. You will hear the negative effects of sound that cheap materials produce. If they are made from rubber, you will immediately begin to remove all rubber or Sorbathanes® parts located anywhere in your system.
PRINCIPAL USES – Computers, CD players and transports, A/V receivers, gaming systems, power amplifiers, pre-amplifiers, digital processors. turntables, DVD and Blue-ray® players (visual image details and colors are also improved), sound mixers, loudspeaker monitors, and mounting AC panels to walls.
Recommend the additional use of Coupling Discs for increased performance.
- Total Body Height =1.50 inches, including APCD5 Coupling Disc = 1.85 Inches, APCD4 =1.80 inches
- Outside Flange Diameter = 1.25 Inches
- Weight Capacity 2,000 pounds per three-point bearing system
- Support: Three Audio Points are recommended for most applications; however, some larger amplifiers, speakers, or turntables may require a fourth set.
- Simply insert the Audio Points into the APCD4 receiving cup. They will balance themselves in the discs until chassis placement. Place them in a triangular shape. There are no rules governing placement. The positioning never has to be in the shape of an isosceles triangle function.
- For experienced audiophiles, the sonic outcomes are in your control. Tips facing skyward deliver one speed, tips facing down deliver another speed of resonance flow. Most listeners prefer tips down however that is not always the case. Some have mixed them, tweaking the system more to their preference, say two tips down and one tip-up.
- We recommend that the Audio Points be placed inside the chassis framework and away from the original footer locations. For best results, move them in towards the center approximately 1.5 to 2 inches from the outer edges and remove factory footers whenever possible.
“Coned to the hilt, we auditioned the system and noted a number of improvements over an almost identical system auditioned in-house a few months earlier. The sound stage clearly heightened by a couple of feet, thereby presenting a more realistic portrayal of a live performance.
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