With our Premium Carbon Fibre turntable mat, you can elevate the performance of your analog playback.
The carbon fiber enables a quieter background which in turn produces more detail. This translates into a more focussed soundstage, better instrument separation and definition.
Better defined bottom end can also be expected. Tighter bass notes produces noticeable detail in the lower musical spectrum.
Overall a wider, deeper, more detailed soundstage will enhance your listening experience.
Manufactured by a company that primarily supplies aerospace customers, using multiple layers of aerospace grade carbon fiber materials and manufacturing processes. These mats are unlike others made with inferior processes that use only one layer of carbon fiber, and filler to ensure flatness. Both sides of this mat have been manufactured to precise tolerances inside of custom hard tooling made specifically for the application. The mats are then milled with a high quality CNC machine. The entire process ensures very precise dimensions, and ideal flatness of the mat, that practically vacuums itself to the turntable and record.
Thickness 0.125" (VTA adjustment may be required)
$695 CAD plus shipping
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"Thanks for the carbon fibre record mat. What a fantastic piece of engineering. Not only does it look great, but I have noticed a distinct improvement in sound as well. The first thing that hit me was how much more well defined and powerful the bass I was hearing had become. Not booming or bloomy but more tight and punchy. In addition, the noise floor on my records has lowered significantly which, in turn, has led to an emergence of greater detail and clarity on most of my recordings. It sounds cliche but I’m definitely hearing things on familiar recordings that I hadn’t heard before!
Anyway, thanks again for the mat. For anyone who is serious about listening to records, it is a tweak worth making!" - Colin from Hamilton
"I just did a test on my Marantz turntable with your Corby Carbon Fiber Mat.
Played School by Supertramp.
Have to admit, didn’t expect to hear a difference, but I was wrong!
Immediately noticed a more subdued background, with more clarity on the instruments & vocals.
Call me sold!!" - Al from Mississauga