Isolation, sound clarity & openness for studio monitors & speakers
Notes: The ISO-PUCK mini is the new little brother of the popular ISO-PUCK, offering the same benefits but designed for lighter speakers and monitors. The IsoAcoustics ISO-PUCK mini provide an innovative new approach in isolating studio monitors, speakers and other systems. This unique design provides a high degree of isolation while resisting lateral movement and oscillations, which results in greater sound clarity and focus. This versatile isolation tool is possibly the most cost effective upgrade available for improving the performance and clarity of your speakers or monitors.
Combine with Stage 1 to create an isolation platform for improved sound clarity with Guitar/Bass Combo Amps, Stage Monitors & Subwoofers
Notes: The Stage 1 Board from IsoAcoustics provides a portable isolation platform when combined with Stage 1 Isolators (available separately). The Stage 1 isolation board decouples guitar/bass amps, stage monitors and subwoofers from the stage while still maintaining sound clarity and the bass punch in a performance. This portable solution will provide consistency in studio, at home and from one stage to the next.
You've invested in a pair of high-quality studio monitor speakers, and you can't wait to hear what your music really sounds like. So you place the speakers on a desktop, mixer top, or speaker stands and - yikes! Vibrations and resonant energy travel from your monitors to the supporting surface as the speakers and surface acoustically couple, resulting in unwanted coloration and reduced clarity. Fortunately, you can easily fix the problem with a set of PreSonus ISPD-4 isolation pads. These inexpensive foam pads isolate your speakers from their supporting surface, reducing vibration and improving clarity and midrange resolution.
One set fits all:
Sold in pairs, each PreSonus ISPD-4 isolation pad can be divided into halves and configured in several ways so you can use them with virtually any near-field studio monitors. For small, vertically placed speakers, use half of an isolator per side or employ the full pad, whichever works best. Place two half-pads side-by-side to accommodate larger speakers or horizontal placement.