Audioengine The Perfect Desktop Stand

Audioengine The Perfect Desktop Stand

Audioengine The Perfect Desktop Stand

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The Perfect Desktop Stand from Audioengine is a simple solution for desktop speakers. The ADS1 speaker wedge is a great way to get your Audioengine 2 speakers or other small speakers up off your desk and at an angle right where you need them.

Acoustic dampening isolation stands
Fits most desktop speakers
15° angle
UPC: 819955200010
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Audioengine The Perfect Desktop Stand
  • 1 Pair
  • 3 Year Limited Warranty
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    Audioengine ADS1 specs

    Color Black
    Material High-Performance Silicone Rubber
    Weight 0.50 lb (0.22kg)
    Dimensions 1.75 x 3.75 x 6.25" (44 x 95 x 160mm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.457 x 4.095 x 2.835"

    Audioengine ADS1 reviews

    The Perfect Desktop Stand is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect For What I got Them For Okay, this is called "out of the box" thinking. If you think I got these for my vomputer speakers you would be wrong. i got them to sit under my Klipsch center chanel speaker. It is on a shelf above my 40 inch Hitachi L.D. since mid/high frequencies are very directional, I wanted to have the speaker tilting downward more. I had a piece of 2" x 6" wood unerneath it. I wasn't concerned it would slide off. However, when I saw these I thought they would be better. I put four rubber stick on feet underneath them so they don't slide. The lip oin the front keeps the center channel firmly in place. The weight of the speaker pushes down so it won't slide at all.
    Date published: 2018-07-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good But Not Perfect For M-Audio AV 40s These may be perfect for the ADS1 but for the AV 40s they're too small and unsteady. They do improve the sound by getting speakers off the desktop and aiming them at ear level. They are overpriced for just being a couple of small wedges of hollow plastic. But when you're the only game in town ...
    Date published: 2012-01-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy Wife, Happy Life I just retired an 8-year-old Mac Mini computer system my wife has been using at home as well as all the dated components attached to it. I surprised her with a new MacBook Pro laptop, Henge Docking system, Epson V600 Photo Scanner, DYMO 450 Labelwriter and two Audioengine A2+ speakers. The only thing she didn't like was my old Auralex foam speaker bases. I showed her the Audioengine Desktop Stands and she said, I want those! As you wish. Happy wife, happy life.
    Date published: 2016-06-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small speaker stands that work Included are a pair of well made rubber speaker stands that raise the speakers a few inches off your desk but more importantly tilt the speakers backward. This points the tweeter upward toward your face. It does two things very well: it increases the brightness and widens the sound field. It is always a matter of balance between the tweeter and mid-range drivers in a speaker. The crossover circuit inside the speaker sends the higher frequencies to the tweeter (upper speaker) and the lower frequencies to the mid-range speaker (lower speaker). The engineer balances these two speakers to give the most accurate and pleasing sound. As you increase the volume, this balance can change dramatically in poorly designed speakers. These speakers were very well designed. They are neutral and natural sounding-not too bright and not too flat. By titling the speakers backwards, points the tweeters more directly toward your ears. If used without the stands on your desk, the speakers would be below ear level and may sound flat. The stands liven the sound just enough to improve accuracy. If the designer built the speakers with more treble' they would sound shrilly at higher volumes. You might think speaker stands are a luxury or not needed. Speaker stands are an important accessory to optimize sound accuracy from all speakers. Some manufacturers don't offer them - leaving the user to find expensive after market stands. These stands fit perfectly, are simple in design and improve the Sound. It shows the attention to detail from the designers who created the Audioengine A2 speakers. Highly recommended.
    Date published: 2011-03-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Desktop stand (Pieces of rubber) These speaker stands do their job of cutting out vibrations and buzzs. They are simply pieces of rubber tho, no reason to charge as much as these things cost. Get them if you want to have a pristine setup otherwise figure something out.
    Date published: 2015-01-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I use the stands for the A2+ speakers. The stands absorb the vibration I'd otherwise get from the speakers sitting directly on my desk... they also allow the speakers to be better aimed. I wouldn't say they are must-buys, but they do help the speakers deliver excellent sound.
    Date published: 2014-09-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Great for any 4 monitor, but a little too small for anything bigger. They make bigger ones if you have bigger monitors. These look great and are at the perfect angle. A must for entry level producers and PC gamers with 3 or 4 monitors/speakers.
    Date published: 2016-01-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Useful been looking for these for a long time -Very happy with this product,Placed them underneath my Cerwin Vega desktop speakers and work awesome
    Date published: 2013-03-17
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