Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:41 AM by Hardtman Fuchs. Speaker Stands. Whether you use stands or platforms depends on what else you have in your system: usually you’ll pick whichever makes it easiest to get your speakers into the right physical position without them being occluded by other equipment, such as computer screens.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:31 AM by Hardtman Fuchs. Speaker Stands. Where vibrations are allowed to leak into any studio furniture or wooden floors, the audible result is often a blurring of the bass and lower mid range, as well as a deterioration in the stereo image. By using an appropriate stand or platform, the bass end should tighten up to a very noticeable degree, leaving the mids sounding clearer and the imaging better defined.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:41 AM by Serilda Schulte. Speaker Stands. And stands are especially helpful in the low-frequency area, as this part of the frequency spectrum is omnidirectional and therefore more sensitive to surfaces nearby than the high-frequency area.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:22 AM. replacement speakers By Adalwine Huber. Atacama offer a wide range of speaker stands with a choice of colours, dimensions and style to satisfy most requirements .
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:21 AM. speaker arm By Hardtman Fuchs. One way to improve the situation is to add mass by means of a platform fixed to the top surface of the foam. Primacoustic do this in their Recoil Stabilizer by using a very thick steel slab with rubber matting on top, while Auralex and other companies use MDF topped with dense rubber on their more up–market platforms. IsoAcoustics take yet a different approach, by using a frame made from rigid components joined by resilient isolators.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:20 AM. speaker support By Cort Friedrich. A cheap DIY option is to build a couple of towers by stacking concrete blocks or bricks. This low–cost approach really works — we’ve used it successfully on more than one Studio SOS visit — and because of the high mass, very little vibrational energy makes it through to the floor. Some people like the rugged appearance of bricks, but if it’s not to your taste you can always disguise them with cloth drapes, or even spray them gold if you like that kind of thing!
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:20 AM. tv shelf By Adalwine Huber. The stand may just allow for hanging the TV, or there are models which also include shelving underneath to store all your AV components too. One of the best TV stand mounts I have seen is the TransDeco TD600ES TV Stand pictured below.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:19 AM. cabinet stand By Conradina Scholz. Go to my in-depth guide to find out more information about choosing glass flat panel TV stands.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:19 AM. floor standing By Cort Friedrich. Thus, the sand provides dampening, but it also prevents the stand from ringing when it’s excited by the right frequencies – another handy little add-on.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:18 AM. tower speakers By Edsel Zimmermann. If the output from the sub seems uneven, you need to try and find a location where it produces a less lumpy response. A good tip for doing this is to temporarily place the sub where you normally sit to mix, and then listen at different places around the edges of the room while playing back a same level chromatic (semitone) scale of sine waves from a sampler until you find the spot that produce the most consistent level across all notes.