07. July 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Vayta is a new all-British company and they got in touch with Hifi Pig to tell us about the launch of its vayta_dekk_Hifi_newsfirst range of audio isolation platforms (Vayta dekk) via a Kickstarter campaign. The campaign will launch on 14th July with the dekk being designed for use under turntables, CD players, servers, Streamers, DACs and amplifiers.

The Vaysta dekk contains Sorthobane, which many audiophiles will already be fairly familiar with, and will be available in a wide range of colour finishes with the platform itself being made from Corian.

The company’s patented ADS (Acoustic Damping System) technology is used in the dekk with the feet unlocking and disengaging as soon as weight is put on the platform and thus de-coupling the dekk and leaving your kit floating on the Sorthobane.

 

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