Naim Audio FraimLite


Naim’s FraimLite features tripod-style configuration, carefully optimised shelf spacing and high-quality material construction

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Naim Audio FraimLite

This listing is for a single tier only. Please add 1 tier at a time to create the stand that suits your needs. Starting with the Base tier then adding 1 shelf at a time.

For entry-level Naim Audio systems, Naim’s FraimLite features the same tripod-style configuration, carefully optimised shelf spacing and high-quality material construction of their reference-quality Fraim.


It retains the cup-and-cone interface system used by its bigger brother too, but omits the dual layer base and ball-bearing decoupled glass shelf.

Reference Fraim levels can be incorporated into the same system as FraimLite so that you can upgrade to their top of the range equipment support on a level-by-level basis.



Fraim platforms available in Cherry, Natural Ash and Black finishes

Extruded anodised aluminium Fraim legs available in three heights, and in silver or black finishes

Modular design allows for system expansion over time


Decoupled structure with inter-level cup-and-cone interfaces underneath shelves

Stainless steel floor spikes for maximum isolation

Optimised shelf spacing to reduce magnetic interaction between components


Technology & Craft


FraimLite takes the core Fraim concepts and components and strips them back to the fundamentals to create entry-level engineered support for less ambitious Naim Audio systems or lower budgets.

Stripping back to the fundamentals however implies no lack of performance or aesthetic quality.

The philosophy of the entire Fraim concept is based on engineering integrity, and that philosophy is fully expressed in FraimLite.

Rather than two-stage base level isolation, FraimLite incorporates just a single set of three cone and cup minimal contact interfaces.

Each FraimLite shelving level then forgoes the Fraim’s glass sub-shelf to support equipment directly on veneered composite panels.


A FraimLite module comprises a single element base level with multiple shelving levels above.

The base level and each shelving level incorporate a single set of cone and cup interfaces.

As with the reference-level Fraim, this support enables Naim Audio electronics to perform by providing the ideal motionless environment.

Even modest Naim Audio  electronics will benefit, with greater detail resolution, more accurate dynamics, and simply more music


Product Specification

Level Height Standard level 150 mm

Medium level 225 mm

Tall level 229 mm

Base level 79 mm

Available Height (per level) Standard level 131 mm

Medium level 206 mm

Tall level 280 mm

Shelf Dimensions 452 x 340 mm (W x D)
Overall Dimensions 643 x 442 mm (W x D)
Weight Standard level 3.5kg

Medium level 4.1kg

Tall level 4.75kg

Base level 2.8kg

Shipping Weight Standard 5.4 kg

Medium 6 kg

Tall level 6.65 kg

Base level 4.7 kg

Twin level 8.9 kg

Base and level 8.2 kg


Shelves Ash, Cherry, Black Ash
Uprights Natural anodised, Black anodised



Additional information

Column colour

Black, Silver

Column height

Base tier, Medium, Standard, Tall


Ash, Black Ash, Cherry


Naim Audio

Naim Audio Their story begins with one man’s passion for music and weaves its way through four decades and a raft of iconic product launches to the present day. Naim Audio founder Julian Vereker MBE (1945-2000) was a racing car driver, entrepreneur and self-taught engineer with a deep passion for music. Spending his spare time listening to and recording his friends playing live in the 1960s, Julian found that playback on his system at home fell woefully short of the experience he craved. Not content with second best he decided to design his own amplifiers and loudspeakers, ignoring accepted wisdom and focusing on aspects of performance that made music burst to life. These first designs laid the foundations for a range of iconic and award-winning hi-fi products that would reach well into the next century. 1972 A first start at Capital Radio Julian won a contract to supply then start-up radio station, Capital Radio, with audio equipment. The successful design was a compact version of an early Naim Audio power amplifier combined with speaker drive units in one cabinet – the NAM 502 1973 Naim Audio Officially Founded Following the success of Capital Radio, Naim Audio was officially incorporated in 1973 with Julian Vereker and his co-founder Shirley Clarke as directors. Based in a shop in the centre of Salisbury, our first HQ had both manufacturing and demonstration facilities. 1973 The NAP 200 Power Amplifier Naim Audio's first consumer product for home use was launched in the year of our founding: the NAP 200 power amplifier. Originally designed in 1971, its descendant’s power amplifiers differ greatly technologically but still aim for the same performance goals of pace, rhythm and timing 1974 The NAC 12 Preamplifier With a network of dedicated independent retailers now on board in the UK, the NAC 12, our first production preamplifier, was launched. 1980 Classic Advertising As Naim Audio grew in popularity through the 70s and early 80s, the team decided to grab the attention of the press and public with a series of tongue-in-cheek adverts. They reflected the confident, often unorthodox nature of our approach to music playback and have become iconic in their own right. 1983 NAIT Integrated Amplifier Naim Audio’s first integrated amplifier the NAIT introduced. This iconic little integrated amp sounded quite unlike any other integrated of its day and set a trend for so-called ‘super integrateds 1985 The Queen's Award Naim Audio is recognised with the prestigious Queen’s Award for the first time in 1985. We would go on to repeat this achievement a further two times in the 21st century, winning for Export in 2010 and for Innovation in digital music streaming in 2014. 1991 The CDS CD Player Like so many Naim Audio products, the design of our first CD player, the CDS, flew in the face of conventional wisdom. Its Two-box configuration gave the power supply its own separate enclosure and the CD clamp used a rare earth magnet to keep its mass low whilst still firmly holding the disc without vibration 2000 NAP 500 Power Amplifier The year 2000 marked a step change in Naim Audio history. After several years in development, the new flagship Naim Audio NAP 500 power amplifier was born and with it the new industrial design aesthetic that would redefine Naim Audio for the 21st century. Its music-making ability would only be bettered by the arrival of Statement in 2014.


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