Bassocontinuo Finds a Fine UK Home
Bassocontinuo joins Sonus faber and McIntosh in the recently created Fine Sounds UK stable.
Bassocontinuo’s fine audio racks are entirely designed, conceived and manufactured in Italy. Furthermore, we are told that their designs are backed by scientific research.
The brand offers five ranges from the Classic Line which starts at £792 (below) up to the Ultimate Line that opens at £6,891 (above). The Italian specialist also provides a bespoke customisation service, offering unique designs and wide-ranging personalisation.
In addition to hi-fi and A/V racks, Bassocontinuo also offers high-performance isolation platforms, including those for high-mass power amplifiers.
There is even a neat range of rack accessories such as remote control and headphone holders, plus a cable management system.
Bassocontinuo’s handmade products benefit from the latest-generation CNC machinery combined with experienced craftsmanship. Every part that goes into a Bassocontinuo product is made within a 20 km radius of the Lombardy factory.
StereoNET UK’s Editor, bass player, and resident rock star! Jay’s passion for gadgets and Hi-Fi is second only to being a touring musician.
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