The Lotus Group Displays Acrolink Isolation Transformer at CES

The Lotus Group, importers and distributors of Acrolink, Oyaide and Sound Mechanics products will be exhibiting the Acrolink Isolation Transformer in Room 1609 of the St. Tropez Hotel at The Show Las Vegas to coincide with C.E.S. Jan. 5-8th.

The Lotus Group is proud to be able to demonstrate the Acrolink 6N -NCT 30A - Dual 15 amp transformer which has the ability to eliminate virtually all noise from hi -fi and video systems. The Acrolink Isolation Transformer reveals levels of performance that audio and videophiles could only dream of until now.


Constructed at the pinnacle of sophisticated Japanese technology, the transformer core is made from specially formulated rolled silicon steel with 6N pure copper windings. Oyaide outlets nestled in their own individual carbon fiber face plates, mounted on a heavy duty chassis provide the quietest possible environment for equipment.

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