Sound Anchors: Specialty Audio Stands
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Our main goal at Sound Anchors when we were designing new stands for the B&W 802 Nautilus was to improve the speaker performance. We did this by using a combination of several proven methods.

1. Elevate the speaker slightly

2. Mass load the system

3. Make the speaker more stable

4. Eliminate cabinet movement

5. Lessen uncontrolled energy transfer to the listening room

Sound Anchor 802 Nautilus and 802 N mk2 Stands do not fasten to the speakers. The speaker simply sits on top of the stand with four specially chosen points of contact. These points were selected for their strength, energy transmission characteristics and sound quality. Installation is as simple as lifting the speaker up onto the stand. The speaker is not modified or damaged in any way.

Sound Anchor 802 Stands come from the factory filled with our proprietary filling that has been optimized to eliminate unwanted resonance. You do not need to purchase sand or shot to fill them.

The new improved Sound Anchor stands for 802N and 802D speakers incorporate several improvements over our earlier 802N Stands. The front support bar is now made of 1/2" thick steel bar. This provides a super sturdy and stable platform for your speakers. This front bar has two holes that will accept the front ball casters or optional B&W spikes. The rear of the 802N stand has two heavy duty leveling pads to support and level the rear of the speaker. The rear of the 802D stand is flat the heavy duty leveling pads are mounted to special plates that replace the rear ball casters on the bottom of the speaker.

Sound Anchor 802 Nautilus Stands can be set up with 3 spikes, 4 spikes or 4 casters. When 802 Nautilus speakers are placed on spiked Sound Anchor Stands the transfer of energy to the floor is reduced and the overall sound of your system is substantially improved. Casters do not deliver the same performance as spikes but they do allow the speakers to be easily moved.
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