Isoacoustics Orea Graphite
Applying patented IsoAcoustics design principles provides the highest degree of vibration isolation and energy management for high fidelity audio components. Removing parasitic vibration releases new levels of sound clarity and openness when used with amplifiers, monoblock amplifiers DAC’s, CD players, turntables and more.
- Removes parasitic vibration in hi-fi components
- Enables undisturbed performance in your equipment
- Sound becomes more clear and transparent when Orea's are used
- Supports 1.8kg per unit
- One (1) supplied
IsoAcoustics Online Calculator
IsoAcoustics has now made it even easier for you to find the correct isolation solution for your speakers, turntable, and components. Use the handy IsoAcoustics Online Calculator, where you can enter the make and model of your equipment to get personalised and accurate product recommendations.
Like to the Gaia feet, which are optimised to support floorstanding loudspeakers, the Orea isolators, otherwise referred to as pucks, are a combination of high-density polymers and stainless steel.
Considering the vast range of hi-fi equipment on the market, there are no "one-size-fits-all" isolation devices available that don't compromise on quality or break the bank. Whether you need 4 Orea Graphite isolators to properly support your equipment, or only 3, these isolators are sold individually to allow you to only purchase as many as you need.
IsoAcoustics is pushing the boundaries to optimize sound. You’ve already invested in a high-end system. Now there’s a sensible way to get the absolute best from your audio system with the clarity and openness of true and realistic sound.
Spark Innovations worked along with IsoAcoustics' Dave Morrison to develop the OREA Series. Their professional team of industrial designers and mechanical engineers has taken thousands of products from the early stages of an idea to the mass market.
Spark Innovations' industrial designers and mechanical engineers work closely with their clients on product development, strategy, product management, manufacturing, patents, and logistics. They help companies and individual inventors identify, visualize, and communicate product design opportunities to create revenue. In short, they generate innovation that matters for their clients, their company, and the world.