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Gravity One
Record Weight

The Gravity One record weight removes harmful vibration from your records surface, which significantly improves the sound quality in your system.

Gravity One
Record Weight

The Gravity One Record weight serves to remove harmful vibration from the record and thus significantly improve your sound quality.

“This upgrade could be roughly compared to doubling the cost of any component in your stereo system.” Read More – Full Review >
10 Audio, 2020

“…the Gravity One is all about noise reduction, adding discipline to all frequencies, opening up the soundstage, infusing it with air, detail and clarity. As I say, I thought my own hi-fi had reached a state of perfection. Perfection in its price range maybe, but within those limits yes, perfection. Then the Origin Live Gravity One toddled along and proved me wrong. I was very happy to be put in my place by this little accessory. And no, Origin Live, you can’t have it back. Now I’ve heard what this thing does…” Read More > Full Review
Paul Rigby, The Audiophile Man, 2020

“With the Gravity One, there is an unmistakable cleaning up of the pounding lower frequencies, which sound punchier, tighter and extended deeper than normal.” Hi-Fi Choice, February 2021 Read the full review >

“To sum it up, I would say that the Gravity allows the air around vocals and instruments to illuminate the musician’s skills, and as an added bonus it digs the depths of bass allowing the listener to hear the character of both the instrument and player.

A truly exciting and excellently produced accessory that I would not be without.” Read More Owner Comments >
Jeff King

“It’s a big thumbs up on the record weight! There’s certainly no smoke and mirrors, it just does what it says on the tin, you always deliver on your promises at Origin Live.” Read More Owner Comments >
Paul Carter

“…your record clamp works well and I’ve used/heard many, this one improves all aspects the others masked/muddled some area of the vinyl and I stopped using them till now.” Read More Owner Comments >
Ron Mills

“…It will give a totally new and fresh insight into what was originally recorded so much so that recordings you thought you knew, you didn’t know at all” Read the full review >
Tony Sharman (Reviewer for Hi-Fi Magazines)

Complete List of Turntable Record Weight Reviews


Many clamps flatten records successfully but have very mixed results on sound quality. As a generalization, most tend to enhance and pump up the bass whilst dulling down the upper mid-band. There is also a perceived softening of dynamics (even in the bass), a slowing down of the sound and the decay of notes suffers.

For 25 years or so we’ve tested turntable record weight designs (both ours and 3rd parties) and never come across a weight or clamp which enhanced sound quality. Then one year we were sharing a room at the Indulgence show with the importer of the Shun Mook record weight. To my astonishment, this actually worked and enhanced everything in the music with no downside. The only problem was that it cost £2000.

This experience got us thinking and after some interesting design experiences with previously untested materials we thought it worth trying again.


The result is a turntable record weight which makes a significant contribution to improving bass definition, weight and depth but it also enhances the mid-band and treble through better separation, transparency and decay of notes. This is where most other clamps cause degradation but the Origin Live clamp excels.

We are so pleased with the results that we now offer this as an upgrade for all other decks. As with so many of our products, this carries a guarantee of satisfaction or your money back. If you wish to hear what a well-designed turntable record weight can do for your sound quality please place an order. Should you be anything other than delighted with the results just return the clamp for a full refund.

Possible Objections

My deck will be different to the one you tested the clamp on so there is there any guarantee of improvement?

This a valid concern, however, a record clamp is primarily in contact with the record rather than your deck. Although the deck will affect the vibration of the record, the effect of exerting control from the top side of the record is different. To test this point we tried the clamp on:

  • Solid platters
  • Platters topped with felt mats
  • Suspended decks
  • Non suspended decks

In all cases, the improvements of the record weight were the same as listed above.

The record weight is actually a very low mass of around 70 grams and will not upset suspended turntables.


Dimensions: 80mm diameter x 25mm height.
Weight: 67 grams.

Perfectly fits spindles between 8.5mm to 23mm in height (where height is measured between the top of the record and the very top of the spindle).
If your spindle is lower than 8.5mm the weight will work fine but not make contact with the spindle. This means its centrality will depend on your positioning it by eye. Centrality makes no difference to performance but can sometimes not look as nice due to the off-centre movement as the platter rotates.