ViaBlue QTC Black, decoupling spikes
Good and nice looking decoupling devices, 4-pack
Eleminating of vibrations.
ViaBlue™ QTC Spikes receive vibrations from vibrating bodies such as speakers (such as diaphragms) and devices (such as transformers) and reduce them. Maximum pressure builds up at connection point between vibrating bodies and their bases, using a high mass concentrated on three minimum points (peaks), The vibrations are eliminated through the extreme pressure points. This leads to vibration absorption.
Through the vibration reception disk, vibrations are received on the rotary plate with adjustable height. The vibrations gathered in the main cone are deflected. Excess pressure builds up and is transferred to the especially hardened points. On the equally identically hardened absorption master disk, a maximum pressure point is then created. The vibrations are eliminated.
Structure and construction.
ViaBlue™ QTC spikes are manufactured from brass. The components subject to pressure (master disk, peak) are hardened with steel. The circumference at the widest point of a QTC spike is 30 mm. The initial height is 34 mm. The principal height adjustment may extend the initial height by another 5 mm. A second height adjustment can be achieved by shifting the peak and the threaded rod. As a rule, the principal height adjustment between the rotary disk and main cone is sufficient.
32 parts. Highest precision.
A total of 4 spikes per set are included in the delivery. A spike consists of: a grounding component with attached master disk, steel-hardened peak, main cone, rotary disk of adjustable height with attached vibration reception disk, M6 threaded rod and an M6 drive-in nut.
With the M6 thread stick included, the QTC spikes can be tightly connected with speakers or devices. This ensures a steady state and the best possible connection of the absorption reducer to the vibrating. For speaker cases and devices with built-in M8 threads, special M6/M8 thread stick go from the QTC spikes M6 thread to an M8 thread, also a M6 to 1/4"-20UNC is available. (Spikes are used, for example, for acoustic decoupling of the speaker cases from the base. In this way, feedback is avoided. Clean acoustics from the speaker are thereby ensured. The bass acoustics are not transferred to furnishings and buildings but can develop freely in the room.