Esthetica Solid Wood and Stainless Steel Hi-Fi Racks Now Available in Australia

Posted on 19th May, 2022

Esthetica Solid Wood and Stainless Steel Hi-Fi Racks Now Available in Australia

Western Australia-based distributor art of SOUND has been appointed as distributor of India's Esthetica Audio Video Furniture.

The range includes purpose-designed, aesthetically-crafted and beautifully finished audio/video racks created using a combination of solid wood and stainless steel. Esthetica implements different types of hardwood such as Indian Rosewood, Teak, American White Oak, European Maple and Hardwood Birch Ply, to name a few. Each piece is crafted at their bespoke factory in Manesar, equipped with some of the latest tooling available.

Esthetica's Bhavya Sharma, speaking about their materials, told StereoNET:

We use hardwoods for their longevity, aesthetics and acoustic properties. Solid wood equipment racks are not only a piece of furniture that enhances the décor but they also play a vital role in improving the overall sound quality of your audio system by isolating your devices and dampening their vibrations. Audio equipment generates unwanted vibrations and resonance. In terms of audio, it is all about how well the material is able to dissipate the energy. This energy-dissipating ability of wood, its dampening capacity makes it suitable for audio racks. Further, a solid wood rack will isolate your audio components to minimize interferences.

Mark Hyland, Director of art of SOUND Australia, added:

We're very excited to add Esthetica to our growing portfolio of curated brands. The fit and finish is extraordinary relative to its intended price point and unlike the immense range of electronics and speaker options out there in the wild. Quality audio racks have always been under-represented in Australia, and we aim to provide more choice to audio and videophiles downunder with Esthetica.

We're told that stock will be landing in Australia in late June, focusing on four key ranges – Octave, Chorus, Harper and Aria, with their recently-announced speaker stands coming later in the year. Pricing on the racks starts at $1,599 RRP.

For more information visit Esthetica


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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