TIGLON BFA-CLAMP ANALOG STABILIZER

TIGLON writes: "This is a revolutionary analog stabilizer developed with Gerd Volker Kühn of Black Forest Audio in Germany, who is a sound partner of TIGLON and had a great influence on the development of the TPL (Tiglon Premium Line) series. The structure of the stabilizer, which can be clamped to the center pin of a record player without using metal as much as possible, is patent pending in Germany." 

"There are two ways to use it. One is to set it on top of the record like a conventional stabilizer to suppress minute vibrations on the record surface and adjust the sound quality, and the other is to chuck it on the center pin if the center pin is long enough. If the center pin is long enough, it can be chucked onto the center pin. Chucking applies moderate pressure from the center to suppress the warping of the board while reducing stress on the bearings and sub-chassis of the unit and greatly stabilizing dynamics and timing. When heavy materials are used, they can mechanically accumulate wasted energy and return to the needle, interfering with the tracking process and making it difficult to transmit accurate sound quality. Therefore, a special synthetic resin material with a carbon additive is used to achieve a lightweight of 100g and high rigidity. By using a special synthetic resin material mixed with carbon additives, the weight of the main unit is only 100g, yet it is highly rigid."