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IsoAcoustics Acoustic Isolation Stands Included with Dynaudio Monitors

March 27, 2014
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IsoAcoustics designer of the award-winning ISO-L8R series of acoustic isolation stands, is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Dynaudio Professional, a leading manufacturer of high-precision monitors, at the Musikmesse / ProLight+Sound 2014 show.

At this year’s show, Dynaudio Professional will introduce a new series of near-field monitors, the BM mkIII Series, which will each come with an IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R acoustic isolation stand included. IsoAcoustics Stands’ patented isolation technology allows the monitor to literally “float” in free space, maintaining all movement on-axis, eliminating energy transfer to the surrounding surfaces. The result is markedly enhanced sound clarity, tightening up of the bass and the opening up of mid-range frequencies – for authentic, uncolored sound.

“We are very pleased that this world-leading manufacturer is recognizing the importance of acoustic isolation as a crucial part of monitor performance, and not just an aftermarket solution,” says IsoAcoustics Founder and President Dave Morrison. “We are excited to work with such a forward-thinking company as Dynaudio Professional, and we are raising the standards of what recording professionals can expect from their studio monitor performance.”

The monitors and stand combinations in the new series will include the Dynaudio BM Compact mkIII and BM5 mkIII monitors, which will include an IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R 155 stand, and the BM6 mkIII and BM12 mkIII monitors, which will include an ISO-L8R 200 stand.

“We were determined to deliver our new monitors with an acoustic isolation solution included, and we evaluated a wide range of available solutions, says Fred Speckeen, Global Business Manager for Dynaudio Professional. “Then we heard the difference that the IsoAcoustics stands make. We are tremendously impressed with what IsoAcoustics has accomplished and are and are honored to announce this strategic partnership.

For more information, visit www.isoacoustics.com.

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