IsoAcoustics will debut its new ISO-L8R130 (far left) at the NAMM Show.
Anaheim, CA (January 8, 2013)—IsoAcoustics will debut its new ISO-L8R130 surface decoupler. Specifically designed for small speakers with widths exceeding 5” and weights of not more than 20 lbs., the stand will make its debut at the 2013 NAMM Show later this month.
The ISO-L8R130 stands share all the features found in the ISO-L8R155 and ISO-L8R200, including 14 variations in height and tilt, and patented “floating” architecture for audio image stabilizing. The new speaker stand measures 5.1” wide and 6” deep and comes with tubing to configure it to either 2.5” or 8” in height as well as 2 sets of end plugs to provide 14 possible tilt adjustments.
“We are excited to be able to provide a comprehensive range of isolation-enhancing speaker stands to fit all needs—from professional requirements to the home studio, “ said IsoAcoustics president and founder Dave Morrison. “They offer a perfect solution to position speakers at ear level and stabilizing lateral imaging while isolating them from desk vibrations.”
The first IsoAcoustics model of speaker stands, the ISO-L8R155, won Best of Show at NAMM 2012 with the ISO-L8R200 for mid-field monitors, securing the same award at the 133rd AES in San Francisco in October 2012. Best of Show products are singled out by editors of Pro Sound News and Pro Audio Review magazines who award them for new and noteworthy products.