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Naim FraimLite Equipment Support System Two Shelf Twin Pack
Naim FraimLite Equipment Support System Two Shelf Twin Pack FraimLite, the entry-level model in the Fraim range, provides the perfect equipment support system for Naim and other hi-fi equipment. A stripped back version of Naim's reference Fraim, FraimLite operates on the same principles, providing a rigid, self-levelling platform for supported hi-fi equipment that isolates hi-fi separates from each other and their environment. Its simplified design results in a more affordable and simpler-to-set-up equipment support system that still looks stunning in a modern domestic listening room. Alternative level heights and finishes are available across both models to match the settings of the room in which the system will be situated. Uprights are available in black or natural anodised aluminium finish and come in a choice of three lengths: standard, medium and tall. Shelving panels are available in ash, black ash and cherry real wood veneers. Standard height only Naim FraimLite Equipment Support System Two Shelf Twin Pack
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Naim FraimLite Equipment Support System Two Shelf Twin Pack FraimLite consists of individual levels that are placed one upon another and which can be added or completely changed in configuration as the equipment is upgraded. Its self-levelling tripod structure means there are no adjustments needed to remove rocking or vibration and assembly is quick and easy. The FraimLite uses the same high-calibre materials, minimal contact cone and cup interfaces and floor spikes as the Fraim. The FraimLite forgoes the glass sub-shelf and ball bearing decouplers of the Fraim and has only a single base layer. This accounts for the difference in performance between the two models and has the advantage of making FraimLite more cost effective and even easier to transport and assemble. As with the Fraim, the spacing between levels is designed to minimise magnetic field interactions between the equipment, and non-ferrous materials have been used wherever possible to further reduce magnetic effects.