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IsoAcoustics ISO L8R Studio Monitor Stand ISO-L8R 200
|Price:||£129.31 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
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- Built with a unique, patented isolation technology that allows your speakers to "float" in free space, letting you hear authentic, uncoloured sound.
- Effectively eliminate energy transfer to surrounding surfaces. Bass becomes tighter. Overall imaging is enhanced.
- Whether you're a pro mixing in the studio - a musician creating in a home project environment
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IsoAcoustics speaker stands are built with a unique, patented isolation technology that allows your speakers to "float" in free space, letting you hear authentic, uncoloured sound. Whether you're a pro mixing in the studio - a musician creating in a home project environment - or an audiophile who appreciates every nuance of music and sound - you'll hear and appreciate the difference with the ISO-L8R155audio speaker stand. It's simply the best investment you can make for superior audio.
These ultimate speaker stands effectively eliminate energy transfer to surrounding surfaces. Bass becomes tighter. Overall imaging is enhanced. Your speakers perform to their full potential. And because ISO-L8R200 speaker stands also allow you to raise and tilt your speakers, tweeters are always at ear level, providing the optimal listening position.
Stands can be configured to 4" or 8" in height, with inserts that provide a variety of tilt-up and tilt-down adjustments. In the lowest configuration, the monitor can be tilted down to focus the tweeter to a height below the original supporting surface - providing superior isolation and sound improvement.
- Frame and inserts (used for tilting the speaker) constructed of high-density plastic and steel tubes
- Isolators made of a high-modulus co-polymer that provides the perfect blend of strength and flexibility
- Stands can be configured to 4" or 8" in height, with inserts that provide a variety of tilt-up and tilt-down adjustments. Will fit a wide range of speakers manufacturers and sizes
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I've never been happy with the materials of the DS2, and wanted something better, not only in how it isolates the speaker, but also something that lifts them to ear height. The IsoAcoustics stands seemed to fit the bill. I have to agree with a lot of the reviews here that say it's not very well-designed. The stand is wobbly, especially with the 8 inch rods. There's no danger of the speaker falling over though, but the rods don't fit snugly in the holes and therefore there is a degree of movement when pushed. This does not create a good impression. The other issue, as highlighted in other reviews, is that the plastic inserts get stuck in the rubber holes and are a serious pain in the neck to remove. The price is also quite ridiculous considering it's a pretty simple construct of steel, plastic, and rubber.
In terms of performance, it does sound a little better than my old stands. The bass is better defined, and the overall sound is a bit more focussed. Lifting the speakers to ear height improves stereo imaging too. Overall, I give it 3 stars due to bad design and poor value for money.
You can set them to two heights: 3 inches and 8 inches. There are metal tubes that slip into rubber-lined holes in the top and bottom section of the stands, which provide a solid grip. The rubber also insulates vibrations, freeing up your sound a bit, removing any gassy boom you may have caused by vibrations.
The stands come in three sizes: 130mm, 150 mm, or 200mm wide. There’s also a 230x430mm designed for studio monitors placed on their sides, or larger, heavier speakers anywhere (probably much larger than you’d use on your desk). Get the ones that fit your speakers best. You could get the smallest ones for most speakers, but they might be a bit less stable if you bump into your desk. (I got the 150mm size.)
I do notice a slight difference in the sound with these stands; there is a bit more midrange, a bit less bass, and the soundstage is a bit more open than without them. Before I got the stands, I had the speakers on books, which do insulate well, but not enough. Don’t expect any major change in sound, though if you have speakers sitting flat on your desk, you will notice more of a difference than I did.
One thing to note is that you can tilt the stands a bit, using inserts that come with them. This allows you to tilt them back so the tweeters are pointing more directly at your ears. However, this requires that the speakers be of the appropriate height; since mine are fairly large, the tweeters are at exactly the right height with the stands set to 8 inches.
All in all, this is a good way to get speakers at the right height on a desk. They'll get the speakers at the right height, or the right angle, so you get optimal sound.
They work, raising the tweeter to the perfect height. Also, you can feel the vibration from the speaker getting progressively less as you move your hand down the stand. Once you get to the desk it's gone - totally.
In setting up I did not want ANY tilt (or any top or bottom wobble) at all - this took more that just a few goes to get it just right but once done they've not moved at all. A hardback book and a ruler - instead of an actual speaker and a spirit-level - helped in this.
You may be looking at the price thinking it's a bit on the high side for what it is. I guess as well as the component parts and the company's infrastructure we're also paying for the science behind them - which, as it does actually work, - I figure is fair enough.
I'm very happy with my purchase, I reckon you will be too.
These are no exception, and perfect for desktop use. I had been looking at some very expensive alternatives (wood bases, brass feet etc), and have no regrets buying these. A bargain at £80 for the pair, they improved the sound instantly. Really, really impressed.
Used with KEF LS50s.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not the quality you are expecting for that price, this is not solid at all, it bounces but to be fair it never collapsed. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Andreas
A brilliant product let down by its extortionate price. If you have the money, I do recommend this as it is the best stand for studio monitors aroundPublished 5 months ago by Mr. M. Sullivan
These stands do a great job of decoupling speakers from desks. Tightened up my bass end really well. Yes, they're a bit pricey but they certainly do what they say on the tin.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Look great in my studio and really keep the bass where its supposed to, a little pricey but my monitors are worth it!Published 6 months ago by Deejay-t
they have really transformed my monitors! i was previously working on the foam pads and stands, the difference these have made for the bass and overall definition is unbelievable. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. A. Unwin-smith
Perfect delivery time and the stands have upped my quality so much great buyPublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer