Genelec L-Shape Table Stand for 8X4X and 8X5X Studio Monitor (Black)

BH #GE8000325B • MFR #8000-325B
Key Features
  • Compatible with 8X4X and 8X5X Monitors
  • Lifts Speaker up from Table
  • Reduces Reflections and Comb Filtering
  • 0 to 20° Angle Adjustment
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Styled in black, the Genelec L-Shape Table Stand is designed for use with a Genelec 8X4X and 8X5X studio monitor. This stand lifts up the speaker from the table, resulting in fewer reflections from nearby surfaces, and eliminating comb filtering in the process. The stand also makes it easier to get the loudspeaker’s acoustical focus towards the listening position while keeping cables in place. The stand offers a 0 to 20° upward tilt/angle adjustment and supports vertical or horizontal speaker orientation.
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Important Notice

  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
Speaker Compatibility
8X3X
8X4X and 8X5X
8010
8020
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Genelec 8000-325B Overview

Styled in black, the Genelec L-Shape Table Stand is designed for use with a Genelec 8X4X and 8X5X studio monitor. This stand lifts up the speaker from the table, resulting in fewer reflections from nearby surfaces, and eliminating comb filtering in the process. The stand also makes it easier to get the loudspeaker’s acoustical focus towards the listening position while keeping cables in place. The stand offers a 0 to 20° upward tilt/angle adjustment and supports vertical or horizontal speaker orientation.

Genelec 8000-325B Specs

Compatible With8X4X and 8X5X Monitors
Speaker ConfigurationSupports Vertical or Horizontal Speaker Orientation
Tilt Adjustment0 to 20°
Dimensions (W x H)Not Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight15.565 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.7 x 13.2 x 10.7"
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