Einträge von Marcus Neubauer

Seismion at the High-End in Munich 2024 – summary

Seismion was again attending the High-End from 9th-12th May. Compared to last year, we arrived with a total of 15 vibration isolators plus two of our new audio racks and the experimental loudspeaker-isolators to Munich. They were used in the rooms of darTZeel, Absolare and Sigma Acoustics. Beside that, the New Reference turntable, the result […]

Seismion at the High-End in Munich 2024

Seismion will again be attending the High-End in Munich from 9th-12th May. We are excited to be co-exhibitors at the darTZeel booth (A 4.2, F213) as well as Extreme Audio and CanEVER Audio (H2, H07/J11). Seismion will present the current Reactio plus vibration isolators under various equipment, as well as some new developments. Beside that, […]

Seismion cooperates with Helmut Thiele on new active damping Thiele ADB01

Seismion is delighted to announce a new cooperation with Helmut Thiele! Helmut is worldwide acknowledged both by his own turntables and ‚zero-tracking error‘ tonearm aswell by his long-term cooperation with Thorens. Now, he designed a new active damping base ADB01, which features Seismion’s well-proven active damping technology known from the Reactio. HIFIStatement published a first […]

Seismion Reactio receives DIAMOND AWARD by AudioKeyReviews

Seismion is thrilled to see our Reactio vibration isolator is awarded with the prestigious Diamond Award from AudioKeyReviews!For the review, the Reactio was tested with their reference system, Reactio placed beneath Lyric Audio Ti 100 Mk II tube amplifiers. The reviewer immediately noticed that the bass was then easily the tightest, most effortless, and deepest […]

Announcement of new „Reactio Plus“ vibration isolator

Seismion is proud to announce the product launch of the new active vibration isolator Reactio Plus. The Reactio Plus is the cumulative result of our constant development since the Reactio was introduced more than one year ago. While sharing the same housing parts and appearance of the Reactio, it will offer an isolation performance, which […]

Why VC curves are probably the most important criteria to compare the performance of vibration isolators

Typically, different vibration isolators are compared using the transmissibility curve and resonance frequency as measures. Both these specifications are extremeny important for any isolator, since they basically define how much vibration reduction the isolator is capable of, depending on the frequency of disturbance. As most vibration isolators can be modelled in a first approximation as […]

How Seismion optimizes the performance of Reactio vibration isolator using multiphysics models and transmissibility curves

The transmissibility is probably the most important property of vibration isolators. Basically the transmissibility can be regarded as the amount of vibration that gets through the isolator divided by the vibration that is present on the base where the isolator is placed. Based on the mechanical properties like the stiffness, damping and the mass upon […]