AVDC converts micro vibrations that colour and mask the music signal into low-level heat near-instantly, avoiding the smearing effects of over-damping. Poorly applied damping can make the listening experience worse, ruining timing and losing musicality. Vibration that is over-damped (in effect, stored) is not dissipated but released slowly, creating echoes and smearing in the following moments. Instead AVDC works to reveal subtle details that otherwise can be hidden and obscured without harming the timing or rhythm of the music.
AVDC is not used in support/high load areas. Instead, it is used on turntable structure and platform components and inside electronics cases.