IME1

IME1

Minimizes the effects of electrostatic charges and static electricity on vinyl record to make analog more vivid.

Static Eliminator IME1


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Static electricity is caused by cartridge friction.

A vinyl record is charged up to several hundred volts over time by friction with the cartridge. Coulomb force, micro-gap discharge, and rotating electric field then cause noise. The IME1 irradiates + and - ions from the top of the record during playback, keeping the electrostatic charge low over time. It eliminates electrostatic noise and reproduces records clearly and vividly in the mid-to-high range.


Demagnetizing function

Even a non-magnetic vinyl record still has a faint magnetism, it becomes noise in the form of a rotating magnetic field. When you press the demagnetization button, a damped magnetic field is emitted to erase the magnetism of the record.


User Review

・Scratch noise and static discharge noise are reduced.

・Easy to change records.

・The overall sound was quieter and the S/N ratio improved.

・I noticed a new sound even on familiar records.

・The resolution is higher. Richer mid-high range.

・I also felt the effect of the CD.

*Personal impressions, including aural impressions


Specifications

Model IME1
Configuration Main unit and AC Adapter
<Static Elimination>
Method Ion Blowing
Time 30 sec or less (Until drops below 50 V)
<Demagnetization>
Method Damping field
Time 12 sec
Power Supply DC12 V 0.5 A, 100-240 V
Installation By UNF1/4 Screw holes
Dimensions 155W×62H×43D mm *
Weight 320 g
Accessories AC adapter(Cord Length 1,500 mm)
■ Holder HLD1(Sold separately)
Model HLD1
Installation Dedicated for IME1
Moving Range Up/Down 220 mm, Left/Right 80 mm
Weight 1.4 kg
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* Knobs and terminals are not included.

  • Product appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice

  • ■Dimensions

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