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IsoAcoustics: Stabilize and Harmonize Your AV Equipment

You've finally designed your dream entertainment space. It's complete with a receiver, turntables, bookshelf speakers and powerful subwoofers. The only problem? The sound quality still isn't where you wanted it to be. That can be for a number of reasons that aren't due to faulty equipment. Improper positioning and poor noise isolation can spell disaster for any private album launch party or hi-fi listening session. Instead of resigning yourself to poor quality, get everything you can out of your tech with accessories with help from IsoAcoustics.

If you've never heard of these masters of sound before, don't be surprised. Specializing in products for musicians and audio professionals, their noise isolating products only hit the market in 2012. That's when president Dave Morrison created the ISO-L8R155. As with all great inventors, the Canadian engineer was inspired by a problem that needed solving: a 1.72 million square foot broadcast center for the Canadian Broadcast Center. As a leader of the design team, he was asked to maneuver around architectural elements that were not optimized for audio retention. Floating floors and foundation concerns had him fixated on one thing: isolation, and how to do it perfectly.

Why Do I Need a Speaker Stand?

While you might not be recording audio for an entire nation to hear, your home may very well share architectural concerns that can influence your audio. Whether you're losing sound into wooden floors or internal reflections, it's time to upgrade the right way with IsoAcoustic speaker stands. Their GAIA isolators balance a complex combination of uneven forces. Heavy-duty stainless steel, a uniquely shaped supportive axis and amped-up internal cushioning allow IsoAcoustics products to handle even the heaviest of bass beats. Meanwhile, features like tilt adjustment (to as far as 6 degrees) can send sound waves straight towards ear level for any listener.

Stabilize Receivers, Turntables and More

Even if it feels like your speakers are stable, they might not be the only products that could benefit from a little TLC. Transformers, motors and relays within any electrical device can pollute audio, whether you're playing a record or just hitting play on the receiver. Turntables in particular are very sensitive to vibrations, picking up on slight shakes and vibrations. Instead of risking long-term damage, protect your old-school or wireless record player with IsoAcoustics stands. Choose between individual "feet" or a completely optimized frame to best fit your needs. Whatever model you decide on, make sure it's optimized for your equipment's weight.

Not Sure Which to Pick?

If you're having a hard time choosing between IsoAcoustic's isolating accessories, you don't have to choose without help. Instead, get an expert opinion from the AV specialists at Abt. Our team has been helping clients design their dream entertainment centers for decades now. Bring your questions to our store and you'll leave with answers—give us a call at 800-860-3577 to speak with a team member, or come see us in person. Hoping to flesh out your speaker collection? Do a little bit of research with our Audio Buying Guides.

What Our Customers Say About Us

  • Quick delivery, easy to navigate web page. Thank You, Jerry
    Jerry S. - St Louis, MO
    July 8, 2022
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