Quadraspire SVT Wall Bracket
The Quadraspire SVT Wall Bracket, made in Bamboo and provide a rigid support for your main source component.
Their HiFi wall brackets consist of a back plate with 2 arms that have holes for locating the adjustable spikes of the Quadraspire SVT Wall Bracket and allows for precision levelling of the shelf.
The Bamboo wall support, which is available in black or silver, can hold a component up to 40 kilos.
For the Bamboo wall bracket they have developed new spike assembly based on the design of the Bronze upgrade – one in Aluminium and one in Bronze.
Clamping of the shelf is critical to performance but results in quite a tall spike assembly taking up more space than is necessary.
Using the Bronze upgrade design they have been able to reduce the height and thereby the mass and improve performance as well as rigidity.
Again all of this has been achieved through R&D and extensive listening tests using the tried and tested technique of tuning by ear in the same way as the finest musical instruments are developed.
The main design features of the Wall bracket spike assembly are the SVT curve design of the top bolt and the rounded spikes that together encourage any residual mechanical resonance to flow and dissipate more easily.
Features Quadraspire SVT Wall Bracket
Quadraspire SVT Wall Bracket shelves are available in Solid Bamboo or Natural wood finish.
Real wood veneers and bamboo are beautiful natural products and therefore subject to varying grain and colour.
To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Q4 hifi rack Quadraspire have developed the Bronze upgrade that can be easily retro fitted to any Q4 or SVT HiFi rack or wall shelf.
Bronze has a broader tonal spectrum and greater sustain that opens the soundstage of your system making it more musical and enjoyable without losing detail.
Central to all their research was extensive listening tests using the tried and tested technique of tuning by ear in the same way as the finest musical instruments are developed.
In fact Bronze is one of several high copper content alloys used as a substitute for the more common types of brass to construct the bodies and bells of metal wind instruments.
Even some instrument strings for acoustic guitars, mandolins and violins are wrapped with bronze.
In addition to the distinctive appearance provided by the reddish-orange hue of bronze, it provides a broader harmonic response spectrum.