Naim Fraim Hi-Fi Stand Shelf
Naim Fraim add-on levels combine with the Naim Fraim Base to complete the Naim Fraim Hi-Fi Rack. The Fraim comes in three sizes to accommodate varying sizes of equipment – standard (115mm height), medium (190mm height) and tall (264mm height).
Optimal component installation is vital for hi-fi performance and Naim’s Fraim provides both an appropriately engineered and beautiful-looking solution to equipment support. There are different options for layer height, upright colour and shelf finish, and extra levels can be added very easily. The Fraim system support provides an ideal environment for Naim and other hi-fi equipment to achieve its full potential performance.
The price shown is for a Naim Fraim Shelf Unit only. These shelves are available in heights of “standard” at 115mm, “medium” at 190mm and “tall” at 264mm. Naim FraimLite bases are available for a full stand as pictured – please contact us for a quote.
The Fraim wood is available in 3 different real wood veneer finishes: Black Ash, Ash and Cherry. The Fraim Legs are available in either Black or Silver (natural anodised aluminium).
The Fraim consists of levels that are placed one upon another and which can be added or completely changed in configuration as the equipment is upgraded. Levels can be quickly assembled and, because each stand interface is a tripod, making it self-levelling, there are no adjustments needed to remove rocking or vibration. The stand will remain in perfect adjustment over time.
The inter-level cup and cone interfaces and the triple-action ball decouplers underneath the equipment shelves minimise the effect of microphonics on the sensitive electronic assemblies inside the equipment. A double base level and stainless steel floor spikes further decouple the system from the ground.
Materials including custom-manufactured stainless steel, toughened glass and custom extruded aluminium contribute to the Fraim’s strength and beneficial effect on sound quality. The shelf spacing of the Fraim has been designed to minimise magnetic field interactions between the equipment, and non-ferrous materials have been used wherever possible to further reduce magnetic effects.