Carbon Speaker Stand

$550.00$750.00

Speaker stands do many things for us. First, they separate the vibration of the speaker cabinet from our desk. Second, they allow the speaker to be the correct height. Third, they can provide broadband low frequency absorption in the area of the room that has the highest unwanted low frequency pressure. The front wall where our speakers are located is always an area of high frequency pressure.

Achieving good sound in your room is about doing a lot of little things in the correct order. Reducing the vibrations of the speaker cabinet by setting it on a platform that is designed to absorb excess vibration and air born energy allows for the driver and the crossover to work together to produce energy without those cabinet resonances interfering. We use a damping compound layer that your speaker will sit upon.

Using our carbon technology we achieve a platform that reduces cabinet resonances and also provides needed broadband absorption in the front of our rooms. This is the same technology used in our ACDA-10 and ACDA-12 units. Stands can weigh up to 50 lbs for the 12″ x 12″ version. The 12″ model will absorb from 30 – 50 Hz. and the 10″ deep unit will have broadband absorption from 30 – 200 Hz. The 8″ platform will start at 40 cycles and go through 200 Hz.

Three widths are available. We have a 8″ x 8″ , 10″ x 10″, and a 12″ x 12″ model to accommodate different speaker widths and depths. Heights usually run around 30:” but you will have to tell us what height you desire. Finish is black paint enamel with 5 coats of paint hand sanded and clear coat sealed. Need a special width or height, just let us know.

PRICING: 8 x 8 $375.00 10 x 10 $475.00 12 x 12 $575.00

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8" x 8", 10" x 10", 12" x 12"

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