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IsoAcoustics Ships ISO-L8R130 Isolation-Enhancing Stands

May 7, 2013

IsoAcoustics is pleased to announce that the  debut the ISO-L8R130 isolation-enhancing stands, specifically designed for small studiomonitors, desktop and bookshelf speakers is now shipping.

The ISO-L8R130 stands share all the features found in the ISO-L8R155 and ISO-L8R200, including the patented “floating” architecture for audio image stabilizing. The new speaker stand is designed to improve the performance and clarity of any speaker system.  The stand measures 5.1” wide and 6” deep and comes with tubing to configure it to 2.5 ” or 7.5” in height as well as 2 sets of adjustor inserts to provide 14 variations of height and tilt adjustments. The stands are designed to accommodate monitors with widths of 5” and weights of less than 20 lbs.
 
IsoAcoustics Stands’ patented isolation technology allows any speaker to float in free space, maintain 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.  

“Whether you are mixing a new project or listening to your favorite music, the ISO-L8R130 will allow you to hear tighter bass and more openness throughout the entire frequency range, “says IsoAcoustics president and founder Dave Morrison. “With a stronger phantom image, each instrument will have a cleaner three-dimensional sound in the mix.”

The previous IsoAcoustics models of speaker stands, the ISO-L8R155 and ISO-L8R200, have won several Best of Show Awards, both at last year’s NAMM, and at the 133rd AES in San Francisco.

The ISO-L8R130 is available now at your local retailer.

For more information, visit www.isoacoustics.com.
 
 
 
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