SPEAKER STAND TYPE 1525

EUR 990,00 EXCL. VAT

EUR 1.197,90 (INCL. VAT FOR EU RESIDENTS WITHOUT A VAT NUMBER)
INCLUDING SHIPPING WITHIN EU

Minimum recommended load 15kg / 33lbs.
Maximum admissible load 25kg / 55lbs.

Designed for larger free standing near-field loudspeaker setups, the Speaker Stand Type 1525 uses a custom high pressure pre-constrained and tuned “push-pull” decoupling system based on SYLOMER, and neoprene constrained layer damping (CLD) interfaces between all steel plates.

Thanks to many years spent on R&D, engineering, prototyping and testing, their design prevents any rocking modes while still achieving a very low natural frequency.

To allow for speakers as light as 15kg / 33lbs to be used, pre-loading of the decoupling system is necessary. Here it is achieved within the decouplers themselves thanks to a pre-constraint push-pull system and by using heavy steel plates.

With a decoupling system achieving a natural frequency as low as 8Hz at 25kg / 55lbs load, these stands are simply unique on the market.

Height is infinitely adjustable between 800mm and 1150mm / 31,4″ and 45,3″ thanks to a piston actuated system allowing smooth adjustments. Graduations allow easy recall of various heights settings.

The stands come equipped with a set of leveling spikes, easily accessed from the top of the base plates with an Allen key.

  • Sylomer based decouplers, pre-constraint, free of rocking modes
  • Mechanically and acoustically non-resonant structure using CLD technique
  • Natural frequency at minimum load: ca.12Hz
  • Natural frequency at maximum load: ca. 8Hz
  • Minimum recommended load:15kg / 33lbs
  • Maximum admissible load: 25kg / 55lbs
  • High quality powder coated Finnish steel assembly
  • Minimum height: 800mm (31.4") +/-8mm spikes adjustment
  • Maximum height 1150mm (45.3") +/-8mm spikes adjustment
  • Plate max dimensions: 470/408mm

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