Cold Ray delighted to introduce to you an exciting resonance control product - Cold Ray. This product is designed to make significant improvements to the quality of sound produced by loudspeakers and electronic devices.
One of the most important elements of the Cold Ray design is mechanical stability. Decoupling devices prove to be rather unstable as their weight exposure increases. Cold Ray works in a different way, becoming increasing more stable when bearing a greater weight load. Vertical stability plays an essential role in the performance of this product.
Until recent times, the phenomenon of secondary radiation (vibrations) from sources of sound reproduction systems was generally disregarded. This problem became apparent when, with technical progress, acoustic system elements reached superior quality. Equipment bodies and materials don’t keep developmental pace with their internal loudspeaker and power source components. As a result, they are prone to vibrations on their surfaces, what leads to adverse sound field effects.
Cold Ray's "Fractal 7" diffusers are designed to reduce the effects of sound reproducing equipment vibrations in a diffuse sound field. As all that is genius, this device’s working principle is simple, though it has its roots in fractal mathematics. To cope with secondary radiation, one has to “focus” and “neutralize” it. For this purpose Cold Ray Fractal 7, with its fractal-resembling cross-section, has enough weight and contact surface, yet not that much to become a secondary radiation source itself. What little vibration it doesn't absorb, it diffuses due to its fractal-resembling shape, thus making the vibrations even less prominent.