Dynamic Contrasts manufactures the RTS Racking System, an equipment-support system that squeezes the bad vibes out of your gear. Okay, so that’s my interpretation but if you want to know what they’re talking about, I’d recommend a visit to their website. A three-shelf RTS Racking System will run you $12,900 and each additional shelf adds $2200. It's difficult to see in this picture (you can see part of an empty rack on the right side in front of the speaker), but this rack is very unconventional and instead of having support shelves, it has support arms that clamp your gear in place. So in effect, your gear is not "sitting," it's being gripped in place. Sort of like a medieval kind of rack.
Dynamic Contrasts was using PBN Montana loudspeakers, an Esoteric UX-3SE universal player, Audio Horizons TP2.1 preamp, and NuForce amps to show off their rack. However, without the benefit of a contrast, with and without the rack, I’m not sure how I’d be sure what to attribute to the rack. Which is really not the kind of demo you want to be dealing with at a hi-fi show, ie, one without music playing.
I gave these guys the best lighting effects award!