Critical Mass CenterStage Footers High End Audio

Critical Mass CenterStage Footers


Critical Mass Systems Center Stage Footers – a breakthrough anti-vibration product support system that is the culmination of 17 years of experience in the rack designing business.

Center Stage2M is direct trickle-down technology garnered from advancements made in the development of the Center Stage LS series of loudspeaker feet. The LS series of Center Stage products reduce stored loudspeaker cabinet resonances and entropy to a vanishing level resulting in enhanced clarity and musicality across the audible spectrum.

Rather than approaching the problem of reducing vibration using new untested methodologies, they decided to “use the advancements we knew worked well with loudspeakers”. They tested design fundamentals resting within the discipline of material science to determine the correct sequencing of the Center Stage2M materials. CMS established the proper proportions of the materials. And, we added damping in the very last stage in an amount that would eliminate the internal noise of the product and the component without rolling off the top end of the acoustic envelope.

CMS wanted the performance improvement of each new Center Stage2M product to be so great, it leapfrogged its bigger brother in the CS2 line up. In better words, the Center Stage2M 0.8 had to be better than the CS2 1.0. The Center Stage2M 1.0 had to be better than the CS2 1.5 and the Center Stage2M 1.5 had to set a new standard for audio footer performance in the industry. Center Stage2M accomplishes every objective CMs set by a wide margin and is thrilled with the outcome. We hope you will give them a try throughout your system. The “M” stands for “MAXX”.

No matter how good your system is, Center Stage will add a new dimension to your listening experience that you will find highly beneficial.

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Read the review of Critical Mass Systems Center Stage Footers by Greg Weaver of Positive Feedback here: