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SOLD - FOR SALE: KORTone Vibration Diffuser Disks - Set of Three for $125 - Made in USA - Effective and Affordable

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Info: KORTone Vibration Diffuser Disks - Set of Three for $125 - Made in USA - Effective and Affordable

Asking Price:
USD $125.00
Retail Price: USD $200.00
Payment method: Paypal, Cheque, Money Order
Condition: N/A (?)
Date Posted: Jun 22, 18 7:11pm (PST)
Edited: Jun 22, 18 8:51pm
About Seller: CT, United States
Product Brand: KORTone
Product Model: Vibration Diffuser Model TKSC1
External Feedback: mambacfa (1306)
Days in System:1
Ships to: Contiguous USA
Shipping Cost:
  • Contiguous USA : FREE

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Want an effective and affordable tweak that will make a significant improvement to your audio system? Want to get the true sound of your system, without the noise and distortion caused by vibrations from the environment and from your components? Try these KORTone vibration diffusers and hear how good your system really sounds!

We employed two NY specialty firms in the design and manufacture of our product. You've probably seen many products that try to "sink" unwanted vibrations with various designs and materials (spikes of various metals, sandwiches of rubber and cork, Sorbothane, etc.) but in our experience, these don't seem to work. The most effective designs tend to disperse these vibrations, turning them into a rocking action. You've seen many examples of this type of design, using either springs or ball bearings. This is not a new idea; it's a proven idea, and there are several good products available to audiophiles. We call ours "diffusers."

The question is this: "What's in YOUR wallet?" If you want "the best" (AKA the most expensive) solution then be prepared to spend as much as $800 for a single diffuser. That will cost you over $6,000 to improve the sound of your speakers. Then be prepared to spend almost $2,500 for each component. And why not, if you can afford it?


We sought to create an affordable system that really works. We use top-quality materials: aircraft-grade aluminum disks measuring 3" x 5/8". Then we machine a generous half-circle into each disk to allow a stainless steel bearing to move freely, taking harmful vibrations and dissipating their energy through the free rocking of the bearing. Finally, we hard-anodize the disks for their longevity. This isn't cheap to manufacture, but we don't charge an exorbitant markup, and we sell these directly to our customers. You get a top-quality product at an affordable price. The result is a significant tweak that WILL improve the sound of your audio system noticeably. Expect increased clarity, transparency, separation, soundstage and most importantly - the musicality of your system. Be prepared to be ENGAGED in your music, once the "blur" that you never noticed is gone!

You'll find these disks throughout our own audio systems, as illustrated in the photos of some of our applications. They're sitting underneath preamps and power amps by Krell, McIntosh and the like. And under fine speakers you probably heard of (like Wilson) and some you may not heard of yet (like Daedalus.) We found that these disks improved the sound of every component, even our separate power supplies. But if you want to "dip your toe" then start at the beginning and the end of the audio chain. We found these to be compelling in our speakers, adding greater detail to the bass frequencies and tightening up the sound nicely. With vocals, we found that we could hear the words more clearly. Things just sounded much nicer. We also found great improvement in the sound of our turntables. In fact, our "ultimate" application is to use the disks beneath both the turntable feet and the turntable platform.

Here's the good news: at these prices, you can afford to add these throughout your system. We recommend using only three disks for each component, instead of four. Why? Because you only need three to establish a flat plane. And because it's cheaper! Buy a dozen disks (four sets) and put these under four components instead of only three. This works equally well for speakers (especially if your floors are not flat) as these disks can bear the weight of even heavy speakers. And if you want a fourth disk you can buy one for $45.

As part of this promotion, shipping is free in the continental US. No foreign sales at this time.
Payment through PayPal is appreciated. Also as part of this promotion we will pick up the PayPal charge.

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