Finite Elemente is Back

Thanks to Brian Ackerman of Aaudio Imports, Finite Elemente's equipment supports and racks have returned to the US. market. All of the company six different Cera equipment supports models ($230–$820/set of 3, depending upon model) uses ceramic bearings, and, save for the aluminum shell of the entry-level Ceraball, stainless steel housings to isolate equipment from vibrations. Far more than isolators, all products are claimed to act as mechanical diodes, drawing energy out of components.

Lower level models have a single bearing; the more costly supports have three. The size of the models determines whether they can be used under turntables, speakers, electronics, or equipment racks. One of the six models has been designed specifically for Bowers & Wilkins loudspeakers.

The company also manufactures a new Resonator ($540 in white, black or silver) that draws energy out of the top of components. It affects frequencies in the 200Hz–1kHz range, which is where resonant energy lies in a chassis. All Finite Elemente products have benefited from research conducted at the University of Applied Science in Dortmund, Germany.

COMMENTS's picture

Hi Brian,

Please call me when you have a moment.
Warm Regards,
Sunil Merchant. 626-966-6259.

mauidj's picture

Buy from FE at your own risk. They refused to honor a warranty claim on my very expensive ($3k) turntable shelf last year.