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ISO-L8R430 Acoustic Isolation Stand
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You have a beautiful desk. But guess what? It's behaving like a speaker cabinet. Why? Because the vibration of your monitors is triggering an acousti...Click To Read More About This Product
(Open Box) Not all vibrations are good.
You have a beautiful desk. But guess what? It's behaving like a speaker cabinet. Why? Because the vibration of your monitors is triggering an acoustic resonance within open spaces inside your desk. IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R430 to the rescue!
IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R430 stands are ideal for large nearfield and midfield studio monitors as well as many smaller guitar and bass combo amplifiers weighing up to 100lbs -- ADAM S4X-H, ATC SCM25A Pro, Focal Twin6 Be and SM9, Genelec 1038CF, and similarly sized speakers.
The ISO-L8R430 Stand, a member of the award-winning, highly-acclaimed patented IsoAcoustics stand family, is designed to support larger speaker monitors in the recording environment. The ISO-L8R430 IsoAcoustics Stands' patented isolation technology allow large speakers to float in free space, resulting in the elimination of energy transfer to the surrounding surfaces. The result for the studio professional is markedly enhanced sound clarity, superior isolation and tightening up of the bass and the opening up of mid-range frequencies.
The IS0-430's allow professional and project studio recording pros to bring out the best in his or her monitoring system - and hear true, clear, uncolored sound. Measuring 17" in width and 9" in depth, the ISO-L8R430 stands are designed to support large speakers weighing up to 100 pounds. The ISO-L8R430 stands also offer a variety of tilt adjustments.
- Supports up to 100 lb.
- Increases clarity
- Eliminates symathetic vibrations
- Tighter bass
- More open midrange
An inexpensive way to improve your monitoring, which in turn improves your mixes.