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Jan 28

Written by: masterblogger
1/28/2013 1:35 PM  RssIcon

At Booth #1631 Hall E, at Winter NAMM 2013, IsoAcoustics is offering a first-look at the ISO-L8R430, the newest member of its award-winning, highly- acclaimed patented acoustic isolating stands, which are specifically designed to support subwoofers, large speakers, guitar, bass and other musical instrument amplifiers.

The ISO-L8R430 IsoAcoustics Stands’ patented isolation technology allow amplifiers, subwoofers and large speakers to literally float in free space, resulting in the elimination of energy transfer to the surrounding surfaces. The result for the music player is markedly enhanced sound clarity, superior isolation and tightening up of the bass and the opening up of mid-range frequencies.

“IsoAcoustics has long been focused on developing products which allow artists to bring out the very best in their system,” says IsoAcoustics Founder Dave Morrison. “We are tremendously excited to offer the new ISO-L8R430 stands, giving guitarists, bass players, keyboardists, drummers and other inspired players the ability to have their music heard in the way that they intend to play it – whether clean, dirty, with or without effects, tubes and distortion -- with true, unaltered sound.”

Measuring 17” in width and 9” in depth, the ISO-L8R430 stands are designed to support musical instrument amplifiers, subwoofers or large speakers weighing up to 90 pounds. The ISO-L8R430 stands offer modest angle tilt adjustment.

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