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IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 - Medium, Pair

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  • Patented isolation technology effectively eliminates energy transfer to surrounding surfacesMore accurate, satisfying sound, which enhances mixing and listening experienceAdjust tilt angle of tweeters for perfect "focus" of soundEasily raise speaker height to ear level
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 4 inches ; 4.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008GOP79G
  • Item model number: ISO-L8R155
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,202 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 2, 2012

Product Description

IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 monitor stands will juice your monitoring accuracy. Enjoy tighter, more extended bass and solid stereo imaging - without shelling out for new monitors! IsoAcoustics has built the ISO-L8R155 according to the "PIF" (Placement, Isolation, Focus) principles of acoustic design. The results are immediately noticeable, and dramatic. Placed on ISO-L8R155 speaker stands - decoupled from supporting surfaces, with minimized reflections from nearby surfaces, and crystal-clear focus. Your old studio monitors will stun you with how accurate they are. Get better monitoring (without getting new monitors) with IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 monitor stands.

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Best buy for any studio!
Lucas Marcier
My speakers sound so much better now, with proper imaging and cleaner midbass.
Michael Anderson
Very reliable and sturdy stands.... but they could be better.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Pierre de Prez on May 23, 2012
I have a pair of IsoL8r stands for my BX5a monitors. I saw the stands demo'd at NAMM earlier this year, they would run music through a pair of speakers without the stands and if you put your hand on the desk you could feel the vibrations. Then they would switch to another pair of speakers (same make & model) on the stands. The vibrations in the desk were greatly reduced. Not only that, but the stereo image became much tighter - you could pinpoint the instruments better, they seemed clearer. The bass is less boomy because it is not resonating through the furniture (this might take some getting used to, but convince yourself that it is more 'faithful').
Walking round NAMM looking at different companies demoing all sorts of audio gadgets, many of them were using some kind of speaker isolation (some were using isol8trs) so the pro's obviously feel it is a good thing to isolate your speakers. Isoacoustics received the ProSound Best of Show award for their stands at NAMM 2012.

I find the clearer imaging helps me with positioning the tracks in the stereo image in my home recording studio.

The box contains two bases, two tops, 8 short poles and 8 longer poles. You choose which set of poles you use. The idea is to get the speakers to ear height rather than just sitting on a desk. There are also some plastic pegs you can add between the poles and the top to add a bit of height to 2 of the poles and thereby tilt the speaker up or down, if you wish. My setup has the short poles plus 2 pegs tilting my speakers up. It took me some time to work out what all the bits were for, but by trial and error I worked it out. There is an instruction sheet, but it's not very clear on the options.
I like the improved sound very much. Now if I could just get an Isol8r for other things round the house, like the washing machine!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Anderson on February 26, 2013
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I purchased these stands to use with my Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 350s. Before ordering these, I tried getting by with some 4" high foam yoga blocks just to get my speakers raised to the proper listening height. However, the blocks didn't accomplish this very well and also looked awful.

After much research and deliberation, I decided on these IsoAcoustics stands. My speakers sound so much better now, with proper imaging and cleaner midbass. These stands really look great on my desk, and would be nice complement to most any speaker or monitor.

I do feel that the price is too high for what they are, but these will still be performing their intended function long after I've forgotten the bite to my wallet. Strongly recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By flafond on March 30, 2015
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Home audio has been a primary hobby of mine for many years now. I've seen "tweaks" like skyrocket in the home market, with isolation devices ranging from pretty much a minimum of $300/set to more than $15K for a tricked out stand. Luckily the IsoAcoustics is targeted to the professional market, where such outrageous pricing is not the norm. At such a reasonable price I took a chance after reading all the positive reviews and WOW, am I glad I did.

I'm using mine between the stand and mid/tweeter unit of the Linkwitz Lab LX521 speakers. If you take a look at linkwitzlab.com, you'll see they are quite a sophisticated design - WAY outside the box. They were already among the best speakers I've owned, which have included full range electrostatics, floor-to-ceiling line arrays and other esoterica. The IsoAcoustics made them my FAVORITE speakers.

Pros:
- Imagining is now completely detached from the boxes. Absolutely no "sound from drivers" feeling now
- Dynamics have become quite explosive. Instruments like piano have a more natural attack and decay than I've previously experienced
- It is much easier to hear "into" a recording. Things like excessive reverb have become quite obvious
- My foot taps a lot more and the stereo is on a LOT more now

Cons:
It did seem to make the sound a little "thin". Perhaps I'm missing some of the excess harmonics the speaker vibrations were causing. Or perhaps the IsoAcoustics clean up some frequencies more than others. Whatever the case, I ended up adding a VST plugin of a tube preamp to add just a touch of warmth. I use JRiver for my music player and it supports VST plugins - another wow. So while even without this I am overwhelmingly positive, this might not suit everyone.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J.S. on August 3, 2012
Ever since I "installed" (placed) these new IsoAcoustics Speaker Isolation Stands under the DynAudio BM15P speakers in my little "studio", the power-amp, a Yamaha P-2200 driving my DynAudio BM15P speakers, does not heat up as much any more, even when pushing ridiculously high amounts of power for hours! (I sometimes get into high-level monitoring episodes.)

The Yamaha's (stereo) D'Arsonval power output meters are absolutely poppin' during bass frequencies in a way which previously always had me backing-off output levels after only a few minutes to let the Yamaha amp cool down... (...it has no forced-air cooling.)

Far as I can tell, the Yamaha's Power Meters actually display LOWER OVERALL OUTPUT than before, GIVEN THE SAME (physically set and audible) SIGNAL LEVELS as before the Isolation Stands were installed. This coincides with the Amp's cooler running temp.

As I understand it, the design of these Speaker Isolation Stands allows the speaker cabinets to be essentially thrown back and forth in opposite reaction to woofer thrust, and a touch of the finger to the cabinets during output seems to confirm this. ...Being so physically decoupled from their supporting structure, it makes sense to me that it would take less electrical current to move woofer diaphragms reciprocatively within ported enclosures supported by these stands, even altering power-amp circuit damping characteristics in the process. (I don't know if use with sealed speaker cabinets yields as noticeable a difference.)

I almost hated these Speaker Isolation Stands at first because I lost some bottom, particularly the subsonic goodies that so deliciously lit up neighboring structures in my studio. ...
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