There seems to be a fairly large contingent of Naim owners using dCS products. My Rossini and Clock sit on separate Fraim shelves. I have read one or two posts stating the opinion that dCS boxes do not like glass shelves.
I recently dusted off some HRS Nimbus isolation pucks which my dealer supplied when I ordered the Rossini. They were to be used in case the Rossini would not fit on top of the Fraim glass. It in fact does and I have not used the Nimbus pucks until recently when I found them to make a significant improvement when situated underneath a Mjolnir Stax headphone amplifier.
The recent Stilpoint thread has indicated positive results obtained from various isolation pucks (IsoAcoustics, Stilpoint, etc.) underneath dCS equipment.
I am curious if anyone has experimented with the Fraim specifically:
- utilizing pucks between the Rossini and Fraim glass shelf
- removing the glass and using pucks between the Rossini and wood Fraim shelf (which is effectively like a FraimLite system) - two pucks in the front and one puck centered in the rear