Hi-Fi+ has teamed up with the clever guys from Critical Mass Systems to bring you an exciting chance to win $11,900 worth of Center Stage2 footers to transform your system! Alan Sircom reviewed the Center Stage2 footers in issue 163 of Hi-Fi+. He wrote, “Center Stage2 is made by “choosing and sequencing materials that possess the perfectcombination of damping, elastic modulus, and thin rod speed to lock in the desired effect.” That effect is, “a catalyst in a complex energy reaction that occurs between your equipment and its environment.”
The idea is that kinetic and vibrational energy act in an unregulated and undamped manner inside a product and by using four Center Stage2 under electronic components can “change the prevailing state of equilibrium in that energy reaction and to permanently hold it in a reduced or damped state.”
He concluded by saying, “I can’t help thinking that this is the best of the best. If you can take the short-term pain, the long-term gain is more than worth it!”
What types of energy do the Center Stage2 footers permanently hold in a reduced state?
A. kinetic and vibrational
B. chemical and elastic
C. nuclear and solar
To answer, please visit Critical Mass System’s dedicated competition page at https://mailchi.mp/ca5f42b65418/criticalmasssystem_hifiplus
Alternatively, send your answer on a postcard (including your name, address, and contact details) to Critical Mass Systems Competition, c/o Select Audio, Ross House, Maryport, CA15 8RX, Cumbria, United Kingdom.
The competition will run from October 4th 2018 until December 6th 2018. The competition is open to everyone, but multiple, automated or bulk entries will be disqualified. The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries, will be contacted via email (where possible) and their name will be published in the magazine. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Absolute Multimedia (UK) Ltd. is compliant with the Data Protection Act and UK laws apply. Our policy is such that we will not pass on your details to any third party without your prior consent.