IsoAcoustics has announced the ISO Series, a new line of speaker isolation stands designed for professional audio speakers and subwoofers.
IsoAcoustics said the new models, which include the ISO-130, ISO-155, ISO-200 and the ISO-200SUB, feature a contemporary design, lower profile and new isolators.
The ISO Series of stands are adjustable, providing 14 variations of height and tilt so that the users may optimize speaker placement and improve their performance. First in the new line is the ISO-130, which is specifically designed for small to medium-sized speakers and studio monitors up to 20 pounds.
Next, the ISO-155 stand for medium to larger sized speakers and studio monitors is designed to support up to 40 pounds. And for larger speakers and studio monitors, the ISO-200 supports up to 60 pounds.
The new ISO-200sub, providing superior isolation to bring out the real “punch in the bass” for more accurate sound, can support subwoofers up to 75 pounds. The new stands feature a lower profile design, enabling speakers to have a low stance, (atop a meter bridge, for example,) while enhancing their clarity and performance.
IsoAcoustics said the new line of stands will be available in early spring.
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