The IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155 Speaker Stand
In this case, the audio speaker stand is configured for 3" in height. Speaker can also be tilted for optimal listening angle. Usually speakers will be situated on a desktop or table.
The isolation and response of the audio stand is a function of the isolator's shape and its volume and durometer (hardness and density). Its opening, internal taper and concave end (void) result in a compliant element to contain the supporting tubes or rods. This allows the supporting tubes to move fore and aft, while resisting lateral and secondary movements and oscillations. As the speaker cone moves forward, the speaker enclosure tends to move back, as predicted by Newton's third law of reciprocating motion. Transducers, enclosure and upper stand section therefore move in a direction sympathetic to the sound source.
Speaker Stand Shape
Both top and bottom elements provide torsional rigidity for the overall speaker stand design while lending an attractive look. A definite rectangular shape helps define the front and back of the stand and aligns the polarized isolators with the speaker drivers.
Isoacoustics received a ProSound Best of Show award for their stands at NAMM 2012!