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Argosy Debuts New Line Of Spire Speaker Stands For Studio Monitors
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Argosy Console has debuted the new line of Bioacoustics-enhanced Spire Speaker Stands, which provide an attractive and stable solution for studio monitor isolation.

Two models are offered in the line—the Spire 420i with a height of 42 inches, and the Spire 360i, which is 36 inches tall.

The Spire Stands, which are comprised of 5/4-inch powder-coated substrate for stability and resilience, offer a modern design with die-cut side panels and beveled edges to present high-tech look and feel.

The patented Bioacoustics technology is designed to keep all movement on-axis to move in the direction of the loudspeaker cones’ travel while resisting movement in other directions. The result is that when any monitor is placed on a Spire 420i or 360i, there is a tightening of the low end as well as improved stereo imaging.

Dimensions of both Spire Stands are 18 x 18 inches at the base, 7.75 x 9.9 inches at the top, and again, with heights of 36 inches (360i) and 42 inches (420i). The Spire 360i is available for $379 per pair and the 420i is available for $399 per pair.

The new Spire Speaker Stands will be on display at the upcoming Winter NAMM show at both the Bioacoustics Booth (Hall E, 1631) as well as the Waves Booth (Hall A, 6824.)


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