Finite Elemente HD01
Experience a new sound dimension.
Infinite, deep and impressive.
The pagode Master Reference stands out with its well thoughtout design based on solid wooden frames in Canadian maple, highly damped absorber shelves and the tried-and-tested pagode sidespike technology. A new dimension in music reproduction can however be truly experienced thanks to the revolutionary Resonator Technology, exclusively applied in the audio furniture sector by finite elemente and developed in co-operation with Prof. Dr. Borchert of the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund. Precision in detail, transparency in the dynamics and an incomparable vivid musicality are the impressive results of this consistent research.
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|The new "pagode° Master Reference" is a further successful
step in the well-established tradition of finite elemente in its
efforts to achieve absolute sound quality.
For the first time a hi-fi rack designer is using scientifically
based arguments in its fight against sound-distorting resonances.
What is a "Resonator"?
Resonators are metal rods, where their natural frequency is tailored to the natural frequencies of the pagode Master Reference. The integration of these resonators clearly reduces vibration amplitudes excited by airborne or solidborne noise. A large part of the kinetic energy – up to 90% with self-excitation, and up to 70% with forced excitation – are converted silently into heat by the resonators. Each pagode model is fitted with a set of resonators determined individually in a measuring-engineering process.
The pagode hi-fi rack system harmoniously combines unadulterated music reproduction and functionality. The ever-present problem of sound-influencing resonances has been solved without compromise using specially selected materials, efficient design and measuring engineering investigations.
Lightweight construction in conjunction with non-magnetic materials such as aluminium and solid Canadian maple wood form the basis of a modular system that results in a model range offering the widest range of combination possibilities. Three model variants, available in four heights and four widths, provide the perfect hi-fi rack for just about every conceivable application.
Spike, absorber and resonator technologies ensure a neutral resonance environment, where the audio components can demonstrate their sound capabilities without any restriction.
The attractive optics and the excellent finish represent only the external qualities.
|The optional extra-wide design allows audio components
to be placed next to each other which is a method suitable
for living rooms, but without detracting from their actual
purpose, namely the natural reproduction of music at the highest level.
|Individual shelves provide best decoupling of the audio
components placed hereon.
Each shelf is adjustable in height and level.
Six resonator types (220 Hz, 486 Hz, 512 Hz,
550 Hz, 670 Hz and 882 Hz.)
are distributed in two possible
variations across the whole rack.
Each wooden frame is fitted with four
resonators to ensure a linearised natural
resonance behaviour. The coupling of
the shelves is effected using
height-adjustable cone-shaped spikes.
Canadian maple wood in six standard colours: Natural maple or pearlstructure black or in staining colours Walnut, Makassar, Palisander or Cherry. Aluminum side pillars silver-grey anodized or high-polished at extra cost
Other wood colour and lacquer finishes:
- Various wood staining shades or other wood lacquer colours available at extra cost
- More colors download here (PDF/550 KB)
515 x 465 mm steps of 30 mm 30 mm 60 kg 120 kg
|600 x 710 x 590||600 x 710 x 590||850 x 710 x 590||850 x 710 x 590||1100 x 710 x 590||1100 x 710 x 590|
665 x 465 mm steps of 30 mm 30 mm 60 kg 120 kg
|600 x 860 x 590||600 x 860 x 590||850 x 860 x 590||850 x 860 x 590||1100 x 860 x 590||1100 x 860 x 590|
1030 x 465 mm steps of 30 mm 30 mm 60 kg 120 kg
|600 x 1230 x 590||600 x 1230 x 590||850 x 1230 x 590||850 x 1230 x 590||1100 x 1230 x 590||1100 x 1230 x 590|
Usable component space
Height of floor spikes
Load-capacity upper frames
Load-capacity bottom frame