Audiophilia would like to welcome its newest sponsor, Krolo Design.
Mirko Krolo, designer of Tomo Audio Racks, Krolo Platforms and the ‘Enhanser’ cones, believes in the power of resonance control. His rack, platform and cone designs aim to uncover ‘…nuances and details in the music that were not present before. Vocals become more clear and transparent.’
Audiophilia will be reviewing Krolo’s products in the new year. I first ‘heard’ them at the 2013 TAVES show. Krolo’s products were in several rooms and the associated manufacturers showing with Krolo were raving about the ‘drop in the noise floor’.
Interestingly, I recently attended an in service with the folks at HRS Harmonic Resolution Systems of Buffalo, NY, makers of resonance control platforms. Beginning with the least expensive platform under a turntable, the difference was significant. Everyone in the room, including a couple of old stick in the muds and a few younguns ready to be unimpressed were amazed at the new found clarity of the vocalist and drop in the noise floor. I’m looking forward to having Krolo’s products in and under in my system. Maybe they’ll bump my Solid Tech supports into 2nd place. Stay tuned.
Want to check out Krolo’s products sooner? Go to the website or hear for yourself at CES 2014 in Las Vegas (Venetian Suites #30-101). Krolo Design will showing with legendary Nola Loudspeakers. Working the room — 2 Tomo Racks, 1 Krolo Platform and the Enhansers.