Auralex HoverDeck 64 Drum Isolation Riser w/ Road Case Details
Stages and traditional drum risers sympathetically vibrate (resonate) with the drums and/or PA system. These resonances feed back to the drums and are then picked up by the mics. The Auralex HoverDeck is specifically engineered to reduce coloration from floor resonance by decoupling the drum kit from the structure, resulting in a tighter, more pure sound for both studio and FOH.
No longer will hollow stages resonate with a muddy rumble, or will concrete floors suck the tone out of your kick drum and floor tom. In the studio, on stage or in the practice room, HoverDeck's rugged MDF laminate core & web-like ISO-Puck modular risers minimize structure-borne sound transmission and sympathetic vibrations between drums and hardware. Your drums can finally have rumble-free purity of tone like you've never heard before.
The HoverDeck is available in two models; the HD-64Gig, designed for typical four and five-piece drum kits, and the HD-88Concert, configured for larger drum kits and touring applications. Both configurations utilize a set of low-profile isolating boards that assemble quickly via strategically placed hook and loop fasteners. Either model is offered with an optional rugged road case.
The Auralex HoverDeck HD-64Gig Kit contains 6 HD-22 platforms (23-3/4" x 23-3/4" x 1") and 1 HD-tc platform (23-3/4" x 31-3/4" x 1").
Take your Auralex HoverDeck on the go in its own specially designed road case, made from durable hard plastic. Road case measures 25" x 36" x 10". HoverDeck HD-64gig will fit into single road case; HoverDeck HD-88concert requires 2 road cases (one is included here).
Auralex HoverDeck 64 Drum Isolation Riser w/ Road Case Reviews
"If you frequently play on stages - or in studios - where the floor has a bit too much 'sympathy' for your drums, or if your practice space booms like a cheap jukebox whenever you stomp on your kick, or if you're just a purist who wishes to hear the unadulterated sound of your drums, then you should check out the HoverDeck."- Modern Drummer, Sept. 2004