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IsoAcoustics Debuts Arista Acoustic Isolation Stand For Studio Monitors, Loudspeakers

Utilizes company's patented “floating design” and have a unique integrated tilt adjustment

IsoAcoustics has introduced Arista, an aluminum acoustic isolation stand for studio monitors and bookshelf loudspeakers. It will be on display at the upcoming AES convention in Los Angeles at booth 1651.

Arista stands utilize the company’s patented “floating design” and have a unique integrated tilt adjustment that enables the user to dial-in the optimum tilt angle. 

With an overall size of 6 inches (w) x 7.5 inches(d), the stand is designed for medium-size studio monitors and loudspeakers weighing up to 35 pounds.

The Arista stand will be available in black and aluminum in December 2014.


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