IsoAcoustics: A Standing Innovation for Your Speakers

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Audiophiles know that the nuances of sound reproduction are based on where their speakers are placed in a room, how far they sit above the floor or shelf as well as the angles at which they are placed in relation to their intended audience, walls, furniture and other reflective surfaces. Each of these subtle variables plays a major role in determining how true and undistorted the audio will sound.

IsoAcoustics has made the task of managing some of these variables part of its mission statement, and no better are these goals illustrated than in the latest IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 speaker stand system. Carefully tested using a variety of speaker systems from popular brands, IsoAcoustics supplies a chart that maps out precisely how to set up your speakers in order to maximize their sound qualities at every level.

Depending on whether you plan on positioning your speakers on the floor, table, shelf or desktop, IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 speaker stands can be configured in eight-inch heights (ISO-L8R155 Long) or three-inch heights (ISO-L8R155 Short). Included with each speaker stand kit are inserts that allow you to point each speaker upward or downward in order to optimize the audio quality based on the native acoustic characteristics of the speakers, the reflective characteristics of the surface on which they are placed—and your own personal tastes, of course.

The frames and inserts that make up IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 speaker stands are manufactured from high-density plastic and steel tubing, while the isolators are manufactured from high-modulus co-polymer for maximum strength and stability.