Introducing Record Ground
The BR Record Ground is designed to reduce the confusion, disorder and randomness from the record surface during re-play. The ground is designed to have minimal contact with the turntable and requires no additional alignment. Sixteen contacts and a complex array inside the dissipation volume provide the escape path for the energy. Thereby controlling the rate of change of confusion, disorder and randomness during transcription and prior to acquisition of the signal by the cartridge. This activity gives a clearer, quieter and more expansive response with lower interference being taken into signal processing. It is free on the spindle and weighs approximately 195 grams. The outer containment has minimal interface with the energy path from the record.
Subject to equipment construction the record ground can also be placed on top of the casing of streamers where it can give a clearer, quieter and more expansive response with lower interference being taken forward into the digital processing.