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Ringmat, Std LP Statmat, Ringcap MK2, Spacer Mat, 8 Spacers + Components
Awarded hi-fi+ PRODUCT of the YEAR 2000, the RINGMAT SUPPORT SYSTEM continues in its present successful form. With the addition of the new ANNIVERSARY GOLD SPOT RINGMAT, LP BLUE and STATCAP and the MkII version of the Ringcap, all released since the Award, analogue reproduction now reaches a totally new level of performance.
Ringmat Support Systems are modular by design and they all revolve around the use of a Ringmat, which is the anchor component. Ringmat Support Systems are a more cost-effective way of acquiring all the four modules, and come in a box (rather like a boxed set of LPs) with a full set of instructions. Except where Ringmat Spacers are eventually desired, the extra cost of acquiring the modules individually is not very much more.
The four principal components are:
A Ringmat (there are four models – for more information, click here)
Ringmat Base Platter Mat & Ringmat Spacers (for more information, click here)
An LP Statmat (there are two versions – for more information, click here)
A Ringcap (for more information, click here)
For those users who already have a Ringmat, it is possible to buy a Support System without a Ringmat, as well as the individual modules.
The Full Version includes a Spacer Mat and a standard set of 8 Ringmat Spacers (for more information, click here), a Ringmat of choice, a Ringcap and a choice of the Standard LP Statmat or the LP Blue Statmat and Statcap. It comes with a full set of instructions and, as a complimentary bonus, the booklet ‘How to Set Up and Fine Tune a Turntable’ by John Rogers (for more information, click here).
The MRA is a starter/economy version. The only difference from the Full Version is that the MRA Version only has 1 Clear and 1 Slate Spacer instead of the standard set of 8 Spacers (for more information, click here). Additional individual Spacers can be purchased separately. Nor does the MRA version include the booklet ‘How to Set Up and Fine Tune a Turntable’ by John Rogers.
Many customers start with the Ringmat and add the other modules later. For those customers starting with a Ringmat, we have written the note ‘Beyond Ringmat’ (to read this, click here).