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IsoAcoustics Debuts Custom Configurable Modular Acoustic Isolation Stands

February 11, 2014
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Anaheim, CA (February 4, 2014) — At this year’s Winter NAMM Show, IsoAcoustics

introduced a new line of Modular Acoustic Isolation Stands which can be custom-configured to meet the needs of  musicians, sound designers and contractors for both small and large scale situations, including  studios, performance stages, nightclubs, theatres, concert halls and many other venues. The stands will also be available at retail in standard sizes to complement popular brands of larger monitors, subwoofers and guitar/bass amplifiers.

The new Modular Stands provide a flexible and effective means to markedly enhance sound clarity and performance of guitar, bass and other musical instrument amplifiers, studio monitors, sound reinforcement loudspeakers and even subwoofers in both large and small scale venues, using the patented “floating design” that this award-winning company has become known for. 

The new IsoAcoustics Modular System features an all-aluminum construction and can be built to any size matrix configuration, incorporating any number of isolators required to meet the needs of the particular application at hand. The IsoAcoustics Modular Stands are available as a complete unit or can be integrated into floor stands, structures, millwork, soffits and other supporting surfaces. New and existing facilities will find the system provides a flexible approach to address their isolation issues.

The stands can be configured to any size for any application from 8” x 8” (23mm x 23mm) and larger – and can address the specific requirements of weight capacities which may exceed 200 psf.

Custom configurations for the IsoAcoustics’ Modular System will be proposed via the IsoAcoustics easy-to-use Design Calculator, which takes input parameters to create custom configurations based upon user requirements that consider size, weight and intended use, and provides the user with a specialized design solution. Custom orders can be processed by your local retailer. 

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