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Alto-Extremo presents the LSP absorbers. The LSP are the next step towards perfect reproduction. The internal damping has been significantly increased without disturbing the energy flow. This makes the LSP even more independent of the underground.
LSP is the acronym for Loudspeaker. This is where the LSP can show its full strength. Vibrations can be absorbed very well and reduced in the absorber. LSPs are also the right choice under a rack.
Alto-Extremo stands for flexibility. This also applies to the LSP. Under hi-fi equipment, the LSPs are also a very good choice, as they provide very good reproduction.
The LSP absorbers stand for a balanced, stable sound image. The music can flow, the focus increases. Alto-Extreno's top product for many applications in the non-magnetic sector.
The best Non Magnetic absorber ever known. Optic, haptic and function are precised. This is one absorber that does justice to its name. It works optimally under devices and speakers. Even with more difficult floor surfaces, such as older floors or glass racks, the LSP is the best choice.
The choice of material and damping is crucial. The LSP-1 uses a stainless steel ball, which has proven to be ideal for dissipating vibrations. In combination with the damping rings and different materials, a very good and broadband choice. The resonance deflector on the ball support optimises the LSP-1. The LSP-1 is the smaller version of the LSP-2 and both are very similar. The LSP-2 can absorb even more energy and therefore has a slightly stronger effect.
Set of three: US $539.-
Set of four: US $699.-
- 32 mm high
- 49 mm diameter
with M8 thread
Weight: 7 oz each
- 80 kg per absorber
Paul Rigby, The Audiopile Man (Sept. 2018):
"...the Alto Extremo Lyd II Isolation feet provide a low noise enhancement to any hi-fi component in your hi-fi chain, giving sense of accuracy to both vocals and instruments, preventing the boundaries of both from becoming ragged and smearing over the soundstage like ink on blotting paper. A essential part of your noise-tackling toolkit..." CLICK HERE to read the entire review