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Chord Electronics new Qutest System Stand

New Qutest System Stand provides the optimum support for the award-winning Qutest range

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Published 2020-11-05 - 1:06 pm

5th November 2020, Kent, UK: Chord Electronics has launched a purpose-built equipment support for its expanding Qutest range of hi-fi components. The new Qutest System Stand is a modular design, precision-engineered from the same high-quality aircraft-grade aluminium the Kent-based analogue and digital audio specialist has become known for.

The new Qutest System Stand is entirely modular: tiers are available individually and can be stacked as devices are added.

The Qutest System Stand has been cleverly engineered using thermal coupling: the stand’s clever design helps to dissipate any heat originating from the electronics being housed. The structure also perfectly cradles the units which are lowered into the Qutest System Stand and securely held at each end. The stand’s design gives unrestricted access to both the front and rear panels of the housed devices, aiding connectivity and operation, while maintaining visibility of the polychromatic control spheres.

The base of each tier features four rubber feet, one for each corner, and each tier’s top surface features four shallow spherical recesses to accommodate additional levels. The Qutest System Stand is entirely produced in Great Britain and is hand-built in the Kent factory. It is available in Jett Black (only) and comes pre-assembled and ready to use.

Price and availability

Qutest System Stand £245 (per tier); Jett Black finish (only)

Visit www.chordelectronics.co.uk for more information.

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