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If you have floor standing loudspeakers and would like to get very best performance out of them the first thing that you will want to do is mount them on Sound Anchor Bases. In addition to elevating your speakers slightly Sound Anchor Bases control the flow of energy into your floor and control cabinet vibrations so that you cannot hear them. This clears up all kinds of artifacts that are usually blamed on electronics.

By allowing only the air to be stimulated by your speakers a much more linear sound field is produced. The highs are more pure, the mids are cleaner and the bass becomes fuller and less one note in nature. The transient response of your system will be improved enormously. Music will sound less attached to your speakers and more natural.

Sound Anchors makes four basic styles of bases for floor standing speakers. All of them are designed to be the best possible foundation for your speaker. We have developed several different strategies for resonance control in our products over the years. Our latest generation of floor standing bases incorporates all that we have learned. We increase the footprint size for stability, we spike them at the floor to mass load and further stabilize the system, and we fill the bases with various proprietary materials to absorb and control system energy.

1. The H style: This stand is shaped like a capital H. The main members are constructed of either 2" x 4" or 1 1/2" x 3" tube. It is filled and damped. It can be made so that the speaker sits directly on the main members or on mounting bars that may be flush with the top surface of the main tubes or mounted to the top surface of the tubes to raise the speaker an additional thickness of the bar (either 3/8", 1/2" or 3/4"). This stand design is especially good for tall narrow speakers that you want to set up level.

2. The T style: This stand is shaped like a capital T. The main members can be constructed of either 2" x 4", 1 1/2" x 3" or a combination of both. It is filled and damped Using same size tubes creates a level stand using 2" x 4" tube for the front member and 1 ½" x 3" tube for the rear makes a stand that allows either level or lean back operation. This stand design works well with most speakers.

3. The Platform style: This stand is shaped like a rectangle. The main members are constructed of 2"x 4", 1 1/2" x 3" or 1"x 2" tube. It is filled and damped. It can be made so that the speaker sits directly on the main members or on mounting bars that may be flush with the top surface of the main tubes or mounted to the top surface of the tubes to raise the speaker an additional thickness of the bar (either 3/8", 1/2" or 3/4"). This stand design works well with most speakers.

4. The Cradle style: This stand is shaped like a rectangle. The main members are constructed of 2"x 4", 1 1/2" x 3" or 1"x 2" tube. It is filled and damped. We call this stand a cradle stand because the speaker sits in a cradle composed of 2 bars under the speaker connected to tubes that run down the sides of the speakers. This stand elevates the speaker about 1 3/4" including spikes. This stand design works well with speakers that have a rectangular section.
So whatever floor standing loudspeaker you may have a Sound Anchor Base will dramatically improve your systems performance bottomed to top.

If we do not already make a base for your speaker we can custom-make one for it. Examples of each of our styles are shown on this page.

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