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  Earthquake Turntable Stabilizer  Solution for Rumble and Feedback

Submitted by Lead  Flag on 26-09-2004 14:09
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1. Steel base frame
2. Steel base plate
3. Contra Weight
4. Rubber Suspender
5. Plastic support foot.

Everybody that is playing with vinyl on a regular base on a dance event will recognize this problem. You know that you can suspect a problem when : People are dancing, a venue has wooden floors or stages, rumble and hum, low-frequencies feedback and big sized (and powered) monitor speakers will give you these and more of those nasty surprises when you have to play. People come to weird solutions when this problem occurs.

The only professional solution is the EarthQuake®. You can now get rid of all unwanted rumble and hum caused by low frequencies. Say Goodbye to needle skipping by dancing people : the Earthquake®. It is the solution DJs all over the world have been waiting for.

The Dutch invention Earthquake® is the ultimate turntable-tool to use.


How does it work?

The Earthquake® is a rugged steel construction that tries to minimize contact between the turntable and it's underground. And it also intercepts any hits and bounces caused by a jumping audience or very loud basses. Therefor the Earthquake® lets you have control again and frees you of that nasty rumble and feedback. The inventions is based in the Rubber Suspenders that are used to isolate the frame from the plate with your turntable. The design and material these suspenders are made from make sure that they keep low-frequency feedback and shocks from dancing people away from your turntable.


What is it?

The Earthquake® is a steel base plate with A concrete contra weight ( based upon SL1200 series), this is where the turntable is to be placed, during the design process all was done with a Technics SL-1200 series turntable, but the Earthquake should work well with all brands and types of turntables. The base plate is hung in a steel Base frame with four specially designed rubber suspenders. The turntable is now free from its underground. The Earthquake® is placed on four small plastic feet to minimize contact transference from the main booth and the Earthquack®.


Are there other Options?

There is a similar dutch invention called the Freefloat that can also bring some solutions. I see the Freefloat's as an emergency while the Earthquake is a more installation product that can be used in Clubs, Disco's and other venues with a solid installed DJ Booth. Purchase info can be found on : www.rsl.nl.




What do you think about Earthquake Turntable Stabilizer ??

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There are 8 Comments

  Flag Nvie wrote on 07-04-2005 @ 20:06
dan ziet de freefloat er toch een stukje minder ingewikkeld uit
  Flag Lead wrote on 22-04-2005 @ 01:35
Feel free to discuss this piece of equipment in our forums.
  Flag tairip wrote on 10-05-2005 @ 08:48
You can rent it in Groningen (Holland) BSE


  Flag the-melody wrote on 22-01-2006 @ 19:40
Denk niet dat dit echte aardbevingen van 6 op de schaal kan weerstaan:p
  Flag Franke wrote on 26-01-2008 @ 13:00
looking good:D, miss ingewikkelder als een freefloat:P, maar zeker mooier:D
  Flag Alonzo wrote on 16-02-2008 @ 17:12
Ze zijn ook bij mij te huur in Etten-Leur. Dingen werken echt uitstekend party-man
  Flag richie-37 wrote on 27-08-2014 @ 21:29

De enige goede zijn die isobothe boots..... aangezien het technics voetje ook slappe zak is, zelfde als een oem-voetje

 

onder een hevige masserende st.150. Je ziet het voetje niet niet meer, platgeperst. Maar prima voor onder een vestax, of de vestax maakt het voetje goed

Ik heb er redelijk wat geprobeerd en verbouwd, maar 80% is echt gebrabbel.

onder een technics doet ook alleen het rubberen gedeelte het oke, maar de echte voeten zijn, vind ik een goede aankoop en ik zlu geen andere weten.

gr richard

  Flag richie-37 wrote on 27-08-2014 @ 21:39

En dit ding , zelfs ookal mocht hij werken, al zou ik graag de samenstelling van metaal en rubber willen wetten en een dempingsfactor bij een 1200, is qua looks en hoogte niet praktisch. Maar mag ik eerlijk zijn? , Die voetjes zijn erg klein er ik gok gemaakt van abs

En dan een stuk beton ertussen, tja ga dan hifi en maak hem helemaal floating...   Die voetjes doen toch niks , waar staan er review van en waar hebben we het over, lijkt mij irritant scratch , prijs 300 euro..?. Ik koop enkel nog wat ik ken, mij te duur allemaal.

gr rich

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