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Introducing Tranquility Base Carbon XL, the first all-new Tranquility Base in over a decade. We started with a new chassis machined from a solid billet of aircraft aluminum for a 50% slimmer and 80% more rigid chassis. We then experimented with new laminates and arrived at carbon fiber for its superior response to mechanical and airborne vibrations. We then applied our most advanced EM Cell technology directly transferred from our Galileo SX PowerCell. Finally, its internal UEF Technology was transferred from our new state-of-the-art SRX cable loom. The net result is a thinner and more rigid Tranquility Base with a lower noise floor from which springs improved dynamics and soundstaging combined with smoother, more extended high frequencies.
Tranquility Base history. Shortly after launching our first PowerCell line conditioner, our lead designer began work on a new application for his then new patent-pending EM Cell technology. It was early 2010, and Ted had the idea for an Electromagnetic Cell Field-Effect Conditioner capable of conditioning signal inside a component. First, we developed several flat EM Cells for placement below components running tests on multiple variants until we perfected an EM Cell capable of improving any component. We then experimented with different laminates engineered to cancel mechanical vibrations selecting the option that created the best sound quality. The first Tranquility Base was launched at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest in late 2012. Three years later, we refreshed the Tranquility Base lineup in 2015 with the addition of UEF Technology. We have been building Tranquility Bases continuously since 2012 with minor running improvements along the way, but with no major overhaul or change to the fundamental design for the past decade, until now.
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